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  • adj. Common misspelling of loquacious.

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Examples

  • A tangible difference the living do seem more loquatious than those who are dead.

    This Life - A Suite

  • Even the loquatious Tip O'Neill didn't get as much attention as George Mitchell, as I recall.

    "Two years of Pelosi gives a good idea of what four years of Hillary will be like."

  • The Great Gazoogle is quite informative - in fact, positively loquatious - about Kyl's strident opposition last Thursday in 2005 to the idea of filibustering judicial nominations.

    Sadly, No!

  • It's not like she was writing something difficult like locatious loquatious loquacious.

    Lou Minatti

  • But that was a welcome change from the more loathsome, loquatious representatives of the Dominion, the Vorta—and from the harsh Jem’Hadar, who would already have slapped a restraining field on Kira, the Kai, and the other Bajorans.

    REBELS: THE LIBERATED, BOOK III OF III

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