garrulous


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garrulous

adjective babbling, chattering, chatty, communicative, declamatory, effusive, eloquent, gabby, glib, gossiping, gossipy, indiscreet, leaky, long-winded, prattling, talkative, tattling, verbose, wordy
See also: flatulent, loquacious, profuse, voluble
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No more obliging and angrily garrulous linemen were encountered, and few were the opportunities for conversation with chance wayfarers.
Lady Wetherby was feeling perfectly happy now, and when Lady Wetherby felt happy she always became garrulous.
In this state of second childhood, it had an air of being in its own way garrulous about its early life.
Though reserved in its earlier vocabulary, it becomes, if I remember right, quite garrulous towards the end.
Then growing garrulous upon a theme which was new to one listener though it were but a child, she told her how she had wept and moaned and prayed to die herself, when this happened; and how when she first came to that place, a young creature strong in love and grief, she had hoped that her heart was breaking as it seemed to be.
A compact, garrulous man in his mid-seventies, who speaks with a pronounced German accent, Carsen grew up in Cologne in a family that regularly attended opera and concerts.
As the grumbling and garrulous pair head off into the woods, there is plenty of comedy as they tackle the physical challenges and struggle to get on, let alone deal with the trail itself.
As the grumbling and garrulous pair head off into the woods there is plenty of comedy - sometimes of the slapstick variety - as they tackle the physical challenges and struggle to get on, let along deal with the trail itself.
I am friendly, considerate and compassionate to all life forms but can be very garrulous, too open, and sometimes easily stressed when in pain
There was a perception at the time that the right wing London media had no intention of allowing this garrulous Welsh boyo get his hands on the keys to 10 Downing Street.
I am reminded of the feeling when one thinks the washing machine will stop - but it does not" Commons Speaker John Bercow chides garrulous Employment Minister Esther McVey.
Those are the words of Clark Wang, a charmingly garrulous psychiatrist, pianist, and folk dancer struggling with lymphoma--and also the subject of this profoundly touching documentary about how we prepare for and face death and funerals.