Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A corrupt dialect.
- n. Incessant chatter or talk.
“Rum game this yer Politics, Charlie, seems arf talkee-talkee and trap.”
“If that's your general line of talkee-talkee I don't wonder you don't want me to have no gun.”
“There is a good deal of talkee-talkee of the _Corinne_ kind in it: the heroine is an angelic Italian soubrette; the hero is one of the coxcombish heroes of French novels, who seem to have set themselves to confirm the most unjust ideas of their nation entertained in foreign climes; there is a”
“All was again peace and harmony in the little social gathering, and the pleasant talkee-talkee went on as before.”
“We must have parties to meet him, and let him do the talkee-talkee lecturing business.”
“To persuade, we must back all our talkee-talkee by facts, and to get facts we must work and endure in patience.”
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“I looked once or twice to Miss Donnehue, so as to be sure I was “getting the note” of the talkee-talkee; but I could see that she didn’t take it as a joke, at all.”
“A little quiet talkee-talkee between you and me’ll soon put this small matter on a right footing.””
“The fellows at Brooke's had a talkee-talkee, and they'd twenty different stories.”
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