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full of trivial conversation

prone to friendly informal communication

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After such a decent opening, I became chattier, more relaxed and took my eye off the ball - almost literally - a topped fairway drive was dangerously close to being an air shot.
1 A CHATTIER TEEN (Comedy writer and actress) 2 A STERN OATH (Tragic actress) 3 ANN SHOE ROTS (Blonde actress) INITIALLY YOURS Which film, TV programme or musical number do these initials stand for?
Because we expect that alcohol will make us more relaxed, for example, we automatically respond by becoming more open and chattier in a subconscious attempt to meet our expectation, psychologists explained.
I don't have a favourite, but if I had to go for dinner with just one I'd have said Susie because Rachel is very quiet - although suddenly she's become much chattier.
Chattier must show not only that the state is a bad thing, but also that it is not necessary, and he does so very well.
My server should have been a touch chattier towards a new face like me, but her fresh-tasting chips were so well seasoned that Bob Dylan might have written 'The chips, they are a-zingin' - if only he and the shop had been here in 1963.
It's beginning to feel a lot like Christmas, even if the shops have Easter Eggs in, and the mood is getting lighter and people chattier.
Additional hybrids have been implicated through genetic analysis or physical characteristics (McCarthy 2006, Chattier 2008), but documentation in the field of successful nesting of any two vireo species is lacking prior to our observations.
This suggests that while you may find yourself chattier, if people question your ideas or thoughts it may challenge you.
McGuire, Intimate Work: A Typology of the Social Support That Workers Provide to Their Network Members, 34 WORK & OCCUPATIONS 125, 134 (2007) (identifying and describing the array of support that coworkers offer one another, both inside and outside the workplace); Chattier, supra note 11, at 343-44 (exploring how workplace networks shape the identities of workers and communities).
You can feel chattier, and this can see you reaching out to others more -whereas recently the more sensual side of your nature has seen you delight in earthy pleasures.
The evening of conversation, reminiscence and song with Rosanne Cash at the Moore Theatre Saturday night won't just be a chattier version of the usual one-off concert.
Generally on "representations," see Roger Chattier, Cultural History: Between Practices and Representations, trans.
I'd always been fascinated by Native American culture, and I knew how to do my job, but I would invariably get thrown off course by my own cultural propensity to get chattier as my subjects got quieter: