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loquacious | loquaciousness | loquaciously

loquacious loquaciousness loquaciously
Meaning
somebody who talks a lot
  • How to Memorize
    • loquacious - talkative
  • Analysis

    If a person is ‘loquacious’, then they are very talkative, usually only about things that they find interesting. The word is also used in relation to somebody who is a highly capable and articulate speaker.

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  • Example(s)
    1. John is very loquacious, so he ends up dominating every meeting as no one else can get a word in edgeways!

    2. The lawyer’s loquaciousness has been a big factor in her excellent acquittal record.

    3. Kevin spoke loquaciously to the interviewer about his ambitions and motivations.



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