loquaciousness


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Related to loquaciousness: garrulousness, loquacity, quiescence
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Synonyms for loquaciousness

the quality of being wordy and talkative

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Lamb liquidator, lacking loquaciousness, lay lovely, long, lazy, lofty loops.
In other words, when it comes to verbosity and loquaciousness in tutoring sessions, more can be less, less can be more, and none might be most, but it all depends on the role, appropriation, and messages of silence as conveyed by the writing tutor.
More prone in his drama to investigating logical, philosophical, and mathematical complexity than the sociopolitical complexity which Jameson sees as having given rise to the postmodern conspiracy thriller, this characteristic of Malquist and Moon stands out as something of an anomaly in Stoppards work, and one which may very well be attributed to the greater loquaciousness which comes with the novel format.
One of the ways in which the seminar dealt with student timidity and professorial loquaciousness was for the rotating student-faculty facilitators of the session to ask students to respond first to questions posed, before professors were allowed to speak.
Cumberbatch is known for his energy and boundless loquaciousness, and will go on for many uninterrupted minutes turning over all sides of a question.
Wendy Davis, D-Fort Worth, the state's politicians are developing a reputation for their loquaciousness, so we also have "Everybody Talks" by Neon Trees.
Frazier has a lot of fun evoking the loquaciousness of his mountains at Bud's expense.
Did he ever wonder if you had a reaction to his loquaciousness or plain language?
I had no doubt that the good colonel's loquaciousness had had nothing whatsoever to do with the fine South African ale he had been enjoying, and that he was in fact the one holding the rod and reel.
Libations led to loquaciousness at Bottled-in-Bond: The Decline and Fall of a Thug as Told in Five Drinks, a creation of playwrights Steve Moore and Zeb L.
3: hypomania, anxiousness, aggressiveness, loquaciousness, apprehension, clumsiness
The opening of a space in which a seemingly endless motion is occurring--here, both the repetitive loquaciousness of Mr.
Mechoulan's conceited loquaciousness will probably test the patience of those readers looking for a clear-cut definition of intermediality.
In the New Year's banquette, he says, the evening hosts had to show some loquaciousness in several languages, including Russian.
40) If only as a funny excuse for Scott's own loquaciousness, his Paul here betrays the distinct personality of a character.