Multiloquy
Multiloquy \Mul*til"o*quy\, n. [L. multiloquium.] Excess of words or talk. [R.] [1913 Webster]

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  • multiloquy — multilˈoquy noun • • • Main Entry: ↑multi …   Useful english dictionary

  • pauciloquy — noun /pɔːˈsɪləkwi,pɔˈsɪləkwi,pɑˈsɪləkwi/ Economical speech; the use of few words when speaking; laconism. Ant: multiloquy See Also: loquy, pauci , pauciloquent, (ly), pauciloquous …   Wiktionary

  • multiloquent —   a. talkative.    ♦ multiloquious,    ♦ multiloquous, a.    ♦ multiloquence,    ♦ multiloquy, n …   Dictionary of difficult words

  • multiloquious — |məltə̇|lōkwēəs adjective Etymology: obsolete English multiloquy garrulousness (from Latin multiloquium, from multi + loquium as in colloquium colloquy) + English ous : multiloquent …   Useful english dictionary

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