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Definition of "loquaciousness" [lo•qua•cious•ness]

  • The state or property of being loquacious. (noun)

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Use "loquaciousness" in a sentence
  • "But the second my fingers touch a keyboard, the loquaciousness is gone."
  • "That sudden loquaciousness is telling; other characters are begging, pleading for Ennis to share what’s on his mind, but Jack is the only one who Ennis says anything of consequence to."
  • "He owns, however, that the vivacity of the French degenerates into petulance among foreigners, (p. 488.) and vain loquaciousness, (p. 9 Per viam quam jamdudum Carolus"