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What is another word for talked?

152 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[t_ˈɔː_k_t], [tˈɔːkt], [tˈɔːkt]
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Synonyms for Talked:

conversed (verb) socialized (verb) spoke (verb) Other synonyms and related words:

Rhymes for Talked:

  1. walked, stalked, balked;
  2. oct;

Quotes for Talked:

  1. I was trained in the '50s as a New Critic. I remember what literature was like before the New Critics, when people stood up and talked about Shelley's soul and such things. Clifford Geertz.
  2. I wish we had more visible Christian and Catholic leaders who talked about love. Anne Rice.
  3. I really never had any ambitions to be a standup comic. I was talked into it by guys that I used to work out with. Joe Rogan.

Idioms of Talked:

  1. talked out;

Adjectives for Talked:

  • laughably formal and stiff,
  • laughably formal,
  • post-coital small,
  • international last,
  • such pedantic,
  • most exciting,
  • pleasant, shady,
  • pedantic,
  • unceasing,
  • candid,
  • philosophic,
  • shady,
  • surprising,
  • underground,
  • customary,
  • international,
  • medical,
  • stiff,
  • wicked,
  • smooth,
  • familiar,
  • original,
  • vain,
  • always pithy and bright,
  • always pithy,
  • unfashionably clean and sensible,
  • unfashionably clean,
  • mainly local and personal,
  • always easy and pleasant,
  • protracted small,
  • mainly local,
  • always easy,
  • classified,
  • little serious,
  • much such,
  • officious,
  • pert,
  • enough,
  • cheery,
  • tiresome,
  • troublesome,
  • sensible,
  • violent,
  • interesting,
  • popular,
  • quiet,
  • further,
  • fair,
  • natural,
  • bright,
  • present,
  • ribald, scurrilous,
  • good long,
  • scurrilous,
  • ribald,
  • pleasant,
  • idle,
  • peaceful,
  • foolish,
  • grave,
  • whole,
  • warm and musical,
  • oddest,
  • musical,
  • cheerful,
  • tough,
  • horrid,
  • stupid,
  • warm,
  • strange,
  • general,
  • inaccurate,
  • confidential,
  • previous,
  • tall,
  • green,
  • heart-to-heart,
  • severe,
  • private,
  • next,
  • never long,
  • long,
  • stable,
  • straight,
  • common,
  • serious,
  • personal,
  • personal,
  • short.
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