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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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As the garrulous Goggia talked through her triumph, Malago smiled.
Editorial control of garrulous anchors must be applied, and quickly, because some very nasty cats have been let out of the bag.
Your supervisor might not fully appreciate the impact of his garrulous disposition on the business or see the benefit of acting differently.
Calling Prime Minister Narendra Modi ' garrulous', Nirupam insists ' the fall of BJP is inevitable'.
Whether male or female, the anchorperson needs to be garrulous, vociferous and have an even more raucous voice during the heated exchange of words between the useless politicians and panelists.
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There are also the garrulous fellow travellers, who, with just a little prod from you, will tell you the entire story of their lives and perhaps even go up and down a couple of generations.
Perhaps the nice people at Uttar Pardesh's tourism board never heeded the advice to desist from verbosity and utilise diminutive alternatives to such garrulous loquaciousness.
A tribute act re-enacts Francie's overzealousness and Josie's garrulous repartee to wide-boy effect, this is old-school comedy rarely see now.
"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.
By force of circumstances she had fashioned herself from an early age into a garrulous thorn in the side of Soviet authority.
avid, chasing rabbits, as the garrulous world drawled on and on and on.