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  • adjective Highly verbal; tending to talk very much.

Etymologies

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hyper- +‎ verbal

Examples

  • Fans will continue to root for the authentic if self-centered narrator as she relates both the hilarious and painful moments of her life... they will appreciate her honest insights about the good and bad in everyone—including “hyperverbal and reasonably good looking” people like her who “get confused about what and whom they want”—and about the possibility of loving them anyway.

    E. Lockhart's Blog:

  • Fans will continue to root for the authentic if self-centered narrator as she relates both the hilarious and painful moments of her life... they will appreciate her honest insights about the good and bad in everyone—including “hyperverbal and reasonably good looking” people like her who “get confused about what and whom they want”—and about the possibility of loving them anyway.

    Roo3

  • This most hyperverbal and hyperkinetic of Doctors has his voice and his will stolen.

    DOCTOR WHO “Midnight”: Curious Doctor Chose to Linger « TV BACON

  • The show's pilot, written by Sorkin and directed by Schlamme, is a warp-speed, hyperverbal symphony played over a kinetic background of rolling long takes.

    Coast To Coast

  • Chen is a hyperverbal, sharp-dressing 29-year-old with spiky hair.

    Monkey Business | Impact Lab

  • They're hypersexual, hyperverbal, may -- may do lots of -- spends lots of money, this sort of thing.

    CNN Transcript Dec 7, 2005

  • This show is important because it pushed that envelope, and therefore it couldn't have -- even if the controversy isn't hyperverbal.

    CNN Transcript Apr 24, 2002

  • It's hard to remember that Eddie Murphy was once a dangerous talent - flashy, charismatic, hyperverbal and surprisingly volatile, far from the ingratiating goof of kid-friendly franchises like The Nutty Professor, Dr. Doolittle and Shrek .

    News

  • Mr. Anagnopoulos is engaging - the hyperverbal guy who closes your neighborhood bar - and zips us from nano-moment to nano-moment.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Mr. Hannah spent much of his adult life as an alcoholic manic-depressive, so it isn't a shock that his tale spinners often come off as hyperverbal but mentally ill, the kinds of guys with faded-denim eyes who buttonhole you in train stations and greasy spoons.

    NYT > Home Page

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