Loquacious

• (a.) Speaking; expressive. • (a.) Apt to blab and disclose secrets. • (a.) Given to continual talking; talkative; garrulous.
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Loquacious

Lo·qua'cious adjective [ Latin loquax , -acis , talkative, from loqui to speak; confer Greek ... to rattle, shriek, shout.] 1. Given to continual talking; talkative; garrulous. « Loquacious , brawling, ever in the wrong.» Dryden. 2. S...
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loquacious

full of trivial conversation
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loquacious

full of trivial conversation
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loquacious

full of trivial conversation
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loquacious

full of trivial conversation
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loquacious

loquacious Extremely talkative, gabby.
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loquacious

talkative garrulous 
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