Definition of 'chatty'
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Some of the players are quite chatty. Times, Sunday Times (2009)She was quite chatty and soon we were flirting. The Sun (2009)They are all chatty and really friendly. The Sun (2014)He is quite chatty now and if you talk to him about music he could talk for ages. Times, Sunday Times (2014)She was a quite outgoing, chatty sort of person. The Sun (2015)That said, it is amusing at times and the chatty writing style will appeal to many. The Sun (2010)Although it was a very important engagement, it was relaxed and she was friendly and chatty. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The main reason we tip well is politeness, followed by hard work and being friendly and chatty. The Sun (2015)I only met him that night but he was very friendly and chatty. The Sun (2006)The beauty said: 'She was quite chatty and really concerned. The Sun (2007)She remains good company, chatty, quite playful. Times, Sunday Times (2013)You can't be timid, you have to be a people person and be chatty and sunny. The Sun (2012)But despite all this, I am still a chatty person. Times, Sunday Times (2010)His chatty style, quick wit and star guests make his chat show one of the best on TV. The Sun (2014)I do actually manage to get quite chatty in the end - probably too much - and probably a bit boring. The Sun (2010)
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