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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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12) The distinction between volubility and garrulousness is made by Stout, "Mr.
Either way, young people who grew up in the country, especially the best educated and most ambitious, are packing their garrulousness and never coming back.
For all the composer spoke of a "discourse between an individual and a crowd" the lack of a continuous texture or clear differentiation between soloist and orchestra was unsettling, and the sudden garrulousness of the cadenza wasn't enough of a release before the return of some of the opening material brought the work to a conclusion.
Male curiosity gradually evolves into the force that lies behind scientific enquiry, while female curiosity remains one of the defining vices of women, along with garrulousness, nosiness, fondness for frivolous adornment, and lack of intellectual tenacity.
The man's garrulousness, the bizarre turn his talk had taken (what was this voodoo about lighted candles, old parents, big drums and the rest?
Taken together, these conditions may have contributed to Nixon's impromptu garrulousness and reporters' later misunderstanding or mischaracterization of his remarks.
Expressions of contempt for cosmetics and vanity (B4, F2, Fv), for tobacco (B4, Fv), for female garrulousness and gossip (D, D2v, F, Fv, F2, F3v, F4), for pedantry and too much study (C2v, F4, Hv), for ignorance and stupidity (B3, D, D3, D3v, F4v), for court values (Ev, H), and for pretentiousness of style (B2, Hv) can all be paralleled in Webster.
I must have been dropped into a vat of garrulousness when I was a baby.
Woodhouse or the garrulousness of Miss Bates--a reaction found in those who admired the novel as well as those did not--they seem to be responding to a quality in Austen's "realism" that interrupts its regulatory drive.
I recall being dazzled by obscure presidential candidate Bill Clinton's astonishing grasp of governmental minutiae--and his garrulousness.
Kenner's articulateness was proverbial, as was his garrulousness.
2) I discuss the figures of repetition and superfluity in "Outraged Recapitulation and Artful Garrulousness.