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gabby (ˈɡæbɪ Pronunciation for gabby



-bier, -biest
  1. (informal) inclined to chatter; talkative

Derived Forms

ˈgabbiness noun

Example Sentences Including 'gabby'

'I was feeling too lousy to read the papers or listen to gabby voices -' He sipped his coffee, drew up his defences.
Jon Cleary YESTERDAY'S SHADOW (2002)
All right," the Oyster Boy declares, "enough of this gabby gab.
Globe and Mail (2003)
Daisy liked to keep a bottle in her room, and when she'd had a few sips she became even more gabby.
Lawson, Jonell Roses are for the Rich
I'm gabby bag" (Dragons Forever) or my favourite: `You always use violence.
Misc (1999)
Joseph is desperately trying to save his marriage and is not really interested in this clever but gabby woman.
Times, Sunday Times (2002)
The lesbian anarchist Kitten positively undersold herself when she suggested she was only `a bit gabby , a bit controversial".
Times, Sunday Times (2004)


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