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- adv. In a garrulous manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a garrulous or talkative manner; chatteringly.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a chatty loquacious manner
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More than once Yunsan almost divined the mind behind my mind; but when he probed Hamel, Hamel proved a stupid slave, a thousand times less interested in affairs of state and policy than was he interested in my health and comfort and garrulously anxious about my drinking contests with Taiwun.
For some reason, they are typically the only ones to contact dengue or dysentery, the details of which they garrulously share, believing it demonstrates their solidarity with the Timorese.
Mr. Romney has been garrulously genial for an hour, but here he shows a hint of annoyance.
When I had dressed and opened the door, I heard the waves still lapping on the beach, garrulously attesting the fury of the night.
Still, when he was a boy, and he saw vital statistics under the photograph of a singer or a starlet, they seemed garrulously indiscreet, telling him everything he needed to know about what was soon to be.
But he flashed me a stoned smile and garrulously shouted out, Welcome!
Though he would sometimes surprise guests at dinner by maintaining garrulously that all Norwegians were boring, he never lost his profound affection for and bond with his homeland.
Next day, I was in my surgery, listening patiently to an elderly lady from the village, some relation to the soup cook, who was rather garrulously detailing her daughter-in-law's bout with the morbid sore throat that theoretically had something to do with her current complaint of quinsy, though I couldn't at the moment see the connection.
She talks garrulously, but on the whole pretty sensibly.
Thanks for sticking with me for three years of me garrulously exclaiming over every little thing.