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Definition of "loquaciously" [lo•qua•cious•ly]

  • In a loquacious manner. (adverb)

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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."