garrulous


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full of trivial conversation

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The incessant smoking of pipes incident to the long talks of this excellent, but somewhat garrulous old chief, at length exhausted all his stock of tobacco, so that he had no longer a whiff with which to regale his white companions.
"Not I," said I, and sat grimly watching his face under the yellow paraffine flare, as he drank himself into a garrulous misery.
Now and then came a flash of cockney humour, now and then some old lady, a character such as Charles Dickens might have drawn, would amuse them by her garrulous oddities.
The smoke columns along the heights became garrulous, and long before the Arangi was through the passage the entire leeward coast, from the salt-water men of the shore to the remotest bush villagers, knew that the labour recruiter was going in to Langa-Langa.
The science of the earth's crust -- to which, doubtless, will be added that of its interior whenever a man shall come up garrulous out of a well.
He could obey orders, and he was neither curious nor garrulous. Once I asked how it was that he was a revolutionist.
Disdaining the heroic outfit, excitable in her methods, garrulous, episodical, shrill, she misled her lover much as she had misled her aunt.
The squirrel chattered garrulous remarks that drove Possum into a mad attempt to climb the tree.
Lady Wetherby was feeling perfectly happy now, and when Lady Wetherby felt happy she always became garrulous. She was one of those people who are incapable of looking on anybody as a stranger after five minutes' acquaintance.
Though reserved in its earlier vocabulary, it becomes, if I remember right, quite garrulous towards the end." He picked the volume from his desk.
In place of that eager and garrulous narration with which a white youth would have endeavored to communicate, and perhaps exaggerate, that which had passed out in the darkness of the plain, the young warrior was seemingly content to let his deeds speak for themselves.
How sad for people of my age watching the one-time outgoing, garrulous Welsh turning themselves willingly into a nation of hermits.
Esther McVey But a week listening to Boastful Boris, Garrulous Gove, Esther McVey, aka the Mouth of the Mersey, or Mrs May, the antidote to public speaking, is too much for this flesh and blood can stand.
It's kept afloat on bubbles of charm by the likeable and familiar cast, which includes Jane 'Absolutely Fabulous' Horrocks, Downton's garrulous Jim Carter, and This Is England's Thomas Turgoose.
That feat alone should be sufficient to confer on her superstar status at home, but the thrilling manner of her victory and her joyously garrulous celebrations suggest Goggia will be an enduring heroine for some time to come in her homeland.