American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Talkative; loquacious.
- adj. Containing or given to too much talk: a talky, boring play.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Abounding in talk; disposed to talk: as, a talky man.
- See talcky.
- adj. of a person Talkative or loquacious
- adj. of a book, etc. Containing a great deal of dialogue or talking in general
- adj. full of trivial conversation
“But the play mostly unfolds in short, talky scenes”
“What else would you call the talky, stream-of-consciousness”
“Usually I really like QT and I'm not a fan of cutting any movie by 40 minutes but I had the chance to see the Cannes version too, and the one thing it earned its bad reviews for was the terrible pacing and structure, not for being too "talky".”
“What makes a cartoon "talky" is when the dialogue is used to explain everything that is going on.”
“He's often been criticized for these "talky" set pieces, which are said to "slow down the action.”
“Which explains why they have become so "talky" and BORING.”
“There is a really long 'talky' seen as per the director that has Zak and Ian in this kind of long Shakespearesque dialogue.”
“I found his singing a little "talky", and he dropped a few notes here and there.”
“This isn't a perfect film, a little too 'talky' for the first twenty minutes, for example - film means we can be shown instead of told, guys! but as is so often the case, Depp has made a very good film great.”
“But recollections of the past are making me "talky," and, I fear, tedious.”
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