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full of trivial conversation

prone to friendly informal communication

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p bromides, more philosophical musings, and the results swerve from catholic chattiness to a kind of wholesale devouring of the world and then, in the expanses of blank paper and in the black work, to a silence as deep as death.
From the first, readers had the illusion of comfortably "knowing" him, thanks partly to the chattiness and seeming candor of his autobiographical prefaces.
Without warning, Greenwald, who has the rat-tat-tat chattiness of Midnight Cowboy's Ratso Rizzo crossing a Manhattan street corner, falls into a chilly silence.
But his chattiness has gotten him into some trouble, and the Vatican has gone into damage-control mode to clarify, correct or put his comments into context.
In a similar way to Taxi app Hailo, drivers as well as passengers have their own profiles, each with ratings from past car sharers, including one for chattiness and music taste, making the service one that is ultimately based around recommendations.
While the tone of Howe's text tends towards chattiness, there are moments when, precisely because he was not an expert, we are provided with a better understanding of Matisse than might otherwise be the case.
On the other hand, Patey speaks of the novel's "intrusive" narrator (74), McCartney of its "dandyish narrator" (78), and O'Dea of "light-hearted, optimistic" chattiness characteristic of the narrator of conventional romantic comedy.
Walser's convoluted grammatical configurations and sequences of participles; his merrily cumbersome neologisms, regionalisms, and manic chattiness give rise to an intricately embellished language in which the comic and tragic, ridiculous and heartrending become indistinguishable.
Further, as the teenager who has clearly inherited her mother's chattiness explains, "I can't wear sleeveless tops
He said how much he enjoyed the Blitz spirit and chattiness in the queues.
As Brooker has noted, "Hollinghurst does not mimic James's prolixity;" more accurately, "it is the very chattiness of the precision that is Jamesian," and in turn "the slight awkwardness of these formulations is a signal that we have reached a finer discrimination that supersedes concerns about mere stylistic felicity" (110).
He is unusually withdrawn when questioned about Red Dwarf's plot but reverts to cheerful chattiness when it comes to the subject of his forthcoming all-night broadcasting marathon on Radio 2, which will last for 12 continuous hours.
According to participants in the study, boosts of courage, chattiness and other social benefits of drinking outweigh its harms, which they generally did not consider as strong deterrents.
As a reward for my chattiness, the emcee who announces each arrival led me through a gate closed to the public so that I could get a better look at a passing ship.