Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Wikipedia.
References in classic literature ?
Just then my mother came in, and created a diversion in my favour by her loquacious and animated welcome of the reverend guest.
With a temperament neither loquacious nor taciturn he found very little occasion to talk.
Some superior power had inspired him with a flow of masterly argument as certain converted sinners become overwhelmingly loquacious.
Enough, enough," cried Middleton, too impatient to wait until the deliberative and perhaps loquacious old man could end his minute explanation.
It is quite a relief to have, sitting opposite, that little girl of fifteen with the loquacious chin: who, to do her justice, acts up to it, and fully identifies nature's handwriting, for of all the small chatterboxes that ever invaded the repose of drowsy ladies' cabin, she is the first and foremost.
With many loquacious assurances that they would be agreeably surprised in the aspect of the criminal, the doctor drew the young lady's arm through one of him; and offering his disengaged hand to Mrs.
cried the loquacious stranger, as they came out under the low archway, which in those days formed the entrance to the coach-yard.
He had divested himself of his brown paper parcel, but had made no alteration in his attire, and was, if possible, more loquacious than ever.
it's embarrassing" Brett Butler-Smythe explaining why he was axed from The Apprentice TV show "He was a genial and loquacious presence at meetings, seldom failing to tell us which of his world-class contacts had been in touch" Roger Mosey, director of the BBC's 2012 Olympics coverage, on former BBC TV executive Alan Yentob "People always want me to be wild, but now I just want to be a normal girl" Pop singer Lady Gaga, above "No, definitely not.
The tricky part is determining just what he's supposed to do, but a mishmashed motley crew including a hot-tempered fire witch, a loquacious lizard, and a rambunctious baby dragon will (hopefully) help him work it out
I'm thinking of Loquacious, Loquacious, Loquacious as a title.
Taking us to their parental home, Ali's younger brother Rahaman says: "He was loquacious, cocky.