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  • When Kit went into space, then, and Kinnison called Nadreck into consultation, the usually reticent and unloquacious Palainian was ready to talk.

    Children of the Lens

  • "Oh, but very certainly this big squinting boy is the most unloquacious and the most stubborn brute that ever lived!"

    Figures of Earth

  • Whereupon Tootles went off to lend the unloquacious Burrell a helping hand, and Irene ran up to the bedroom to dress.

    Who Cares? a story of adolescence

  • Between two such unloquacious persons, dialogue was naturally slow at first, but they had a long drive before them.

    The Emancipated

  • Mr. Douglas confides the secret of his passion to the unloquacious clams of Rhode Island, and the chief complaint made against Mr. Lincoln by his opponents is that he is _too_ Constitutional.

    The Writings of James Russell Lowell in Prose and Poetry, Volume V Political Essays


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