Definitions

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  • adv. In a voluble manner.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In a voluble or fluent manner.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adv. in a chatty manner

Etymologies

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voluble +‎ -ly

Examples

  • And I'm sure "-- volubly --" he would have been torn to pieces by that great hulking brute if you hadn't separated them.

    The Hermit of Far End

  • The club simply feared he would say something incendiary but Balotelli wanted to do it and made his point volubly from an almost horizontal position, his seat reclined so far that the kitman Les Chapman's knees were folded up like a concertina in the next row.

    Manchester City's rivals enjoy putting the boot into upstarts

  • Again frustration and clear dissatisfaction were the result when, before the British Grand Prix, with McLaren way off the pace, he complained volubly about the amount of sponsor-related work he was expected to do, and then in Canada where he arranged a private meeting with the Red Bull team principal, Christian Horner.

    The year the wheels and everything else came off for Lewis Hamilton

  • In this era of globalisation, an increasing number of candidates, whatever their orientation, look at such policies because those speak volubly about your firm's overall work environment.

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  • And, as you correctly say, reconciliation excludes the possibility of filibuster — and Gregg is on record defending the reconciliation procedure, volubly and passionately, a few years back.

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  • While Kidney, thoughtful and softly spoken, is not rigid in his strategic thinking, his exposition on Ireland's recent inability to marry daring and care reflects concerns that have been expressed more volubly in private the past two weeks.

    Six Nations 2011: Trigger-shy Ireland train sights on stuttering Scots

  • With all due respect to the labor leaders, who are not to be blamed for volubly asseverating otherwise, terrorism is a well-defined and eminently successful policy of the labor unions.

    THE SCAB

  • His desire to kill strengthened with the days, and he cherished hungry ambitions for the squirrel that chattered so volubly and always informed all wild creatures that the wolf-cub was approaching.

    The Law of Meat

  • A plate of pork belly arrived atop a smooth, creamy pile of mash, with an apple sauce that sensibly dialled down the sweetness and a gravy that spoke volubly of wine, herbs and deglazed roasting pans.

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  • "Storage Wars" antagonist Dave Hester—who yawps volubly every time he makes a bid—filed for a trademark on the word "Yuuup!" and is now in a legal tussle with rapper Trey Songz, who claims the guttural affirmative as his own "signature sound."

    Careful, That's Not a Louis Vuitton

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