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Definition of Talking

  • That talks; able to utter words; as, a talking parrot.
  • Given to talk; loquacious.
  • an exchange of ideas via conversation

How to use talking in a sentence. Talking pronunciation.

Of course, or you wouldn't be talking the English language-though I've heard they talk it better in Boston than they do in England, and in Chicago they're making new English every day and improving on the patent.
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He caught the handle to turn it, when there came the noise of loud talking, and the sound of footsteps in the court-yard.
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Cross-legged on the great divan of the room he had left, his less pious visitors, unable to turn their thoughts from the dark business on which they had come, smoked their cigarettes, talking to each other in tones so low as would not have been heard by a European, and with apparent listlessness.
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He could now sit for an hour silent, talking to himself, carrying on unheard conversations.
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Everybody was talking about these marvels.
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And among other things, she ask'd him who it was that he was drinking her Health with to day, as he was talking; and he telling her it was one Mr.
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Just the kind of thing Mrs. Powell would delight in talking about-she is so very malicious.
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In talking with Cobb, Louise seemed to drop a degree or so in social status; her language was much less careful than when she conversed with the Mumfords, and even her voice struck a note of less refinement.
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It's a way I have of talking, I suppose.
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Really, one's nerves-' 'Is it true that, on Thursday evening, you and Miss Derrick were seen talking together at the station?
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I don't think you know who you're talking about, Mrs. Mumford.
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She expected to see a philosopher, who would speak of weighty matters: what was her disappointment when Count Tolstoi appeared, dressed in the latest English style, looking exactly like a fashionable man of the world, and talking with great enthusiasm of a cock-fight he had just witnessed!
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Through the persons of different characters he is always talking about himself, always introspective.
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From 1900 to 1906 everybody was talking about him; since 1906 one scarcely hears mention of his name.
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Merezhkovski is talking of the heroes of Dostoevski; but his remark is applicable to the work of nearly all Russian novelists, and especially to Chekhov and Andreev.
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There was a great deal of talking and praying about it, in the family, and finally Mrs. Jordan humbly claimed the Lord's help, beseeching Him that since He had recorded that He would make the blind to see, the lame to walk, and the deaf to hear, if it was His will He would heal her.
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My parents were visiting in the far West, and I had no one to advise me; so, up in my little room, night after night, I made it a point to tell the Lord about it; and soon it seemed as easy and right as though I were talking to a friend.
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It is a remarkable instance of the control of an overruling God, who alone knew that man's mind, and which alone could bring that text so often to his memory: "There was a young man in my native village-he was not a young man when I was talking to him-we were working on the farm together one day and he was weeping; I asked him what he was weeping about, and he told me a very strange story.
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His faith was transcendent, his appeals irresistible, his prayers like talking with God face to face.
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A grief thus repressed soon affected her mind; and at each halt she made on the journey, she shut herself up with her precious burden, drew the corpse from its bog, placed it on a bed, uncovered its face, and lavished on it the most tender caresses, talking to it as if it was living, and slept beside it.
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Examples of Talking

Example #1
If Chicago can't have the newest thing, she won't have anything.
Example #2
But I never saw Quakers anywhere else, and I meant the tribe and not the tent.
Example #3
He opened the door slightly and looked out, then closed it quickly.
Example #4
She moved towards the door.
Example #5
Their manner would not have indicated that they were weighing matters of life and death, of treason and infamy, of massacre and national shame.
Example #6
Kneeling reverently on the solitary furniture of the room-a prayer-rug from Medina-he lost himself as completely in his devotions as though his life were an even current of unforbidden acts and motives.