Definition of chattiness in English:

chattiness

noun

  • See chatty

    • ‘I couldn't fault her for her chattiness; I'd only had conversations with her and Claire's friends so far, so I welcomed the conversation.’
    • ‘Despite the deceptive chattiness of his writing, he sweated over every line, often suffering from paralysing writers' block.’
    • ‘Key issues include the chattiness of people, how often cheery greetings are used and, on the downside, the extent of violent behaviour.’
    • ‘She appears to have no friends, in spite of her chattiness with strangers at a bus stop.’
    • ‘Strategies to discourage excessive chattiness must be developed.’

Pronunciation

chattiness

/ˈtʃatɪnəs/