loquacious


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full of trivial conversation

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He had divested himself of his brown paper parcel, but had made no alteration in his attire, and was, if possible, more loquacious than ever.
Patrick Conroy had been loquacious and by way of a wit; sharpened on his, Rose's own had developed.
If we are merely loquacious and loud talkers, then we can afford to stand very near together, cheek by jowl, and feel each other's breath; but if we speak reservedly and thoughtfully, we want to be farther apart, that all animal heat and moisture may have a chance to evaporate.
With a temperament neither loquacious nor taciturn he found very little occasion to talk.
To whom sad EVE with shame nigh overwhelm'd, Confessing soon, yet not before her Judge Bold or loquacious, thus abasht repli'd.
Surely not the loquacious Chaudhry Fawad Hussain, currently The Khan's vociferous spokesman?
The film is an interminable cinematic slog that needlessly thrives on the romantic upheavals of its loquacious characters, portrayed with annoying petulance by Ryza Cenon and JC Santos.
Other cast members include Adria Arjona as Anathema Device, Nina Sosanya as Sister Mary Loquacious, Michael McKean as Shadwell, Ned Dennehy as Hastur and Ariyon Bakare as Ligur.
NManchester United's loquacious chief coach apparently has no problem with clubs spending PS89m on Paul Pogba, or PS200m on Neymar.
ambassador to the Philippines made a "blueprint to undermine Duterte," the loquacious leader said he believed most ambassadors were working with the Central Intelligence Agency.
I hope that it can teach people to be more generous to our human kind" Jim Broadbent, who plays Scrooge in a West End production of Charles Dickens's A Christmas Carol "He was a genial and loquacious presence at meetings, seldom failing to tell us which of his worldclass contacts had been in touch" Roger Mosey, director of the BBC's 2012 Olympics coverage, on Alan Yentob
The tricky part is determining just what he's supposed to do, but a mishmashed motley crew including a hot-tempered fire witch, a loquacious lizard, and a rambunctious baby dragon will (hopefully) help him work it out
I'm thinking of Loquacious, Loquacious, Loquacious as a title.
Loquacious, and bluntly plain spoken, he speaks in a quick flow of short and declarative sentences and often cannot wait for you to finish your sentence before launching into the breathless reply.
Taking us to their parental home, Ali's younger brother Rahaman says: "He was loquacious, cocky.