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Definition of "loquacity" []

  • Characterized by or showing a tendency to talk a great deal (adjective)
  • Talkativeness; the quality of being loquacious. (noun)

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Use "loquacity" in a sentence
  • "STRANGER: I should say that the habit which leads a man to neglect his own affairs for the pleasure of conversation, of which the style is far from being agreeable to the majority of his hearers, may be fairly termed loquacity: such is my opinion."
  • "Her loquacity was a standing joke between them, and he answered:"
  • "Her loquacity was a never-ending joke to Madeleine Lowder and her husband, who were exulting in a couple of deft, silent, expensive"