from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Slang Tending to talk excessively; garrulous.
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- adj. Inclined to talk too much, especially about trivia.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Talkative; chattering; loquacious.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. full of trivial conversation
Often, it makes subjects "gabby" without revealing any important information.
So Derek Jeter has apparently run afoul of another one of his gabby Yankee bosses, Hank Steinbrenner—not for an incendiary comment or an off-field indiscretion never that!
For instance, my high-school self — skinny, scabby, giggly, gabby, frantic to be noticed, tormented enough to be a tormentor, relentlessly pushing his cartoons and posters and noisy jokes and pseudo-sophisticated poems upon the helpless-high school — strikes me now as considerably obnoxious, though I owe him a lot: without his frantic ambition and insecurity I would not now be sitting on (as my present home was named by others) Haven Hill.
How does one approach women in a culture that sees being gabby as being presumptuous?
Donovan thought he was a gabby conspiratorial type, not the kind of man he wanted organizing these highly sensitive stations.
Let all the gabby knot-heads go to Facebook and Twitter.
If they take one stance and impose injunctions – say, against gabby blondes cashing in on their nights of passion with a soap star – then the tabloid press fears a big earner may be destroyed.
No romps with gabby Wbags, no drunken nights on the town, no starring roles in celebrity magazines.
The general meeting had started like it always does with a few long winded type gabby words on the state of modern magic doing from our elected director, the Big Ed.
Maybe not it's not as bold as ones from the gabby men in green, but it's another promise that needs to be backed up in the Meadowlands.