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- n. The state or property of being loquacious.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Loquacity.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The quality of being loquacious; loquacity.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the quality of being wordy and talkative
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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
When experts like Barbara Crossette heap sarcasm on "India's colorful, stubborn loquaciousness" they fail to see that the more we ignore this supposed "loquaciousness" the more we are signaling that the only language we recognize is that of brute force.
Thirdly, as regards inordinate words, and thus we have "loquaciousness," because as
Both of these, however, may be referred to the words which may happen to be sinful, either by reason of excess which belongs to "loquaciousness," or by reason of unbecomingness, which belongs to "scurrility."
In a more rollicking speech earlier in the morning, Mr. Biden showed off what Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell called his “not entirely undeserved reputation for loquaciousness” – peppering his speech with asides, calling out to his (for the moment) colleagues by their first name, and dropping the names of long deceased senators, like Hubert Humphrey and John Stennis.
He hasn't, at least not yet, adopted the senatorial loquaciousness that afflicts many veteran senators.
Exxon Mobil isn't known for its loquaciousness on earnings calls.
Paying by time -- combined with the patient assuming financial responsibility for payment -- means that chatty patient foots the bill for loquaciousness.
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