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chatterbox

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishchatterboxchat‧ter‧box /ˈtʃætəbɒks $ -tərbɑːks/ noun [countable]  informalTALK TO somebody someone, especially a child, who talks too much
Examples from the Corpus
chatterboxRain was thinking that Barbara Coleman was not only a chatterbox but inclined to be dramatic, too.He is undoubtedly the biggest chatterbox among the Cowboys and Steelers.Cathy's a real chatterbox - she's very friendly, but all that talking can wear you out.London's chatterbox circles are a-buzz these days with the names of famous personalities who are supposed to have Aids.This is the chatterbox - out-talk it!Soon, however, she confessed to finding Mrs Tillotson a fusspot and Alice a tiresome chatterbox.
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