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Definition of "loquacious" []

  • Very talkative; garrulous. (adjective)
  • Characterized by or showing a tendency to talk a great deal (adjective)

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Use "loquacious" in a sentence
  • "The fascist leader characteristically indulges in loquacious statements about himself."
  • "Americans called a loquacious boasting people; now, as far as my limited acquaintance with them goes, I consider they are almost laconic, and if"
  • "Milo Slade, a 33-year-old home health-care aide suffers from habitual, unignorable impulses to do any number of odd, "pressure-releasing" actions, from twisting open the vacuum-sealed tops of jelly jars (he keeps a supply on hand in his car trunk) to inducing others to speak aloud in spontaneous conversation a random word ( "loquacious," for instance) that has popped into Milo's head."