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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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He even rises to express the Zeitgeist of his era, which he garrulously dissects as a cranky old codger.
In the preface to Praeterita, Ruskin says that he wrote "frankly, garrulously, and at ease"--with heart's ease, in fact--what gave him "joy to remember" (Works 35: 11).
Those that didn't appear, like John Irving and John Fowles, garrulously, Dickensianly reactionary in method seemed, like John Hawkes and John Barth, smugly, hermetically experimental.
frankly, garrulously, and at ease; speaking, of what it gives me joy to remember, at any length I like--sometimes very carefully of what I think it may be useful for others to know; and passing in total silence things which I have no pleasure in reviewing, and which the reader would find no help in the account of.