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Use "loquaciously" in a sentence
"Hellboy suggests the kind of loquaciously laid-back, dialogue-driven movie the comparatively clumsy Kevin Smith only wishes he could make, wickedly cool and soulfully deep amidst its superhero outsider story."
"And true to form, he loquaciously added, "I thought it would be like the first time I got my driver's license, but it was so much better.""
"While the Democrat is loquaciously appealing to reason, the other guy is busy with concise pandering and the amputation of logic."