chatty

[chat-ee]
adjective, chattier, chattiest.
1.
characterized by friendly and informal talk or writing, often about minor or personal matters: a long, chatty letter from my sister.
2.
given to such talk: a lovable, chatty old man.

Origin:
1755–65; chat1 + -y1

chattily, adverb
chattiness, noun


1. talky, voluble, gossipy, talkative, newsy.
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chatty (ˈtʃætɪ)
 
adj , -tier, -tiest
1.  full of trivial conversation; talkative
2.  informal and friendly; gossipy: a chatty letter
 
'chattily
 
adv
 
'chattiness
 
n

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chatty
"fond of chatting," c.1762, from chat.
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Example sentences
Some were mirthful and chatty, and some were serious and silent.
The diners in the private room next to ours, chatty all evening, grew quiet.
In place of two people who barely spoke upon arrival, there are now chatty,
  hand-holding honeymooners.
It's the former that both groups of electric fish have independently co-opted
  to produce their chatty currents.
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