Definition of chattily in English:

chattily

adverb

  • See chatty

    • ‘She's written the book so earnestly and chattily, so it's good value, but every now and then Jenni is unintentionally hilarious and I just can't take her seriously.’
    • ‘The letter goes on to chattily talk about kids and work and surfing and fishing and the normalness of everyday life. There's nothing extraordinary about the language or the handwriting - even the paper is normal cream airmail stock.’
    • ‘‘Someone was saying last night that cicadas breed underground,’ he said, chattily.’
    • ‘Instead of screaming, the woman said chattily, ‘When I felt that breeze, I went looking, because I just knew I hadn't left any windows open, not at this time of night, and I found some awful person had smashed my dining room window.’

Pronunciation

chattily

/ˈtʃatəli/