loquaciousness

  • 1Loquaciousness — Lo*qua cious*ness, n. Loquacity. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 2loquaciousness — loquacity, loquaciousness garrulity, volubility, glibness, talkativeness (see under TALKATIVE) Analogous words: chattering or chatter, chatting or chat, gabbing or gab, prating or prate, jabbering or jabber (see CHAT vb): fluency, articulateness …

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  • 3loquaciousness — loquacious ► ADJECTIVE ▪ talkative. DERIVATIVES loquaciously adverb loquaciousness noun loquacity noun. ORIGIN Latin loquax, from loqui to talk …

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  • 4loquaciousness — noun see loquacious …

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  • 5loquaciousness — See loquaciously. * * * …

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  • 6loquaciousness — noun The state or property of being loquacious. Syn: loquacity …

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  • 7loquaciousness — lo qua·cious·ness || ləʊ kweɪʃəsnɪs n. talkativeness, garrulousness; wordiness …

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  • 8loquaciousness — lo·qua·cious·ness …

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  • 9loquaciousness — noun the quality of being wordy and talkative • Syn: ↑garrulity, ↑garrulousness, ↑loquacity, ↑talkativeness • Derivationally related forms: ↑talkative (for: ↑talkativeness), ↑ …

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  • 10garrulousness — noun the quality of being wordy and talkative • Syn: ↑garrulity, ↑loquaciousness, ↑loquacity, ↑talkativeness • Derivationally related forms: ↑talkative (for: ↑talkativeness), ↑ …

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  • 12talkative — talkative, loquacious, garrulous, voluble, glib are comparable chiefly as applied to persons and their moods and as meaning given to talk or talking. The same distinctions in implications and connotations are also seen in their corresponding… …

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  • 13garrulity — noun the quality of being wordy and talkative • Syn: ↑garrulousness, ↑loquaciousness, ↑loquacity, ↑talkativeness • Derivationally related forms: ↑talkative (for: ↑talkativeness), ↑ …

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  • 14loquacity — noun the quality of being wordy and talkative • Syn: ↑garrulity, ↑garrulousness, ↑loquaciousness, ↑talkativeness • Derivationally related forms: ↑talkative (for: ↑talkativeness), ↑ …

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  • 15talkativeness — noun the quality of being wordy and talkative • Syn: ↑garrulity, ↑garrulousness, ↑loquaciousness, ↑loquacity • Derivationally related forms: ↑talkative, ↑loquacious (for: ↑ …

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  • 16Futility — Fu til i*ty, n. [L. futilitas: cf. F. futilit[ e].] 1. The quality of being talkative; talkativeness; loquaciousness; loquacity. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] 2. The quality of producing no valuable effect, or of coming to nothing; uselessness. [1913… …

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  • 17Gab — Gab, n. [OE. gabbe gabble, mocking, fr. Icel. gabb mocking, mockery, or OF. gab, gabe; perh. akin to E. gape, or gob. Cf. {Gab}, v. i., {Gibber}.] The mouth; hence, idle prate; chatter; unmeaning talk; loquaciousness. [Colloq.] [1913 Webster]… …

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  • 18Gift of gab — Gab Gab, n. [OE. gabbe gabble, mocking, fr. Icel. gabb mocking, mockery, or OF. gab, gabe; perh. akin to E. gape, or gob. Cf. {Gab}, v. i., {Gibber}.] The mouth; hence, idle prate; chatter; unmeaning talk; loquaciousness. [Colloq.] [1913 Webster] …

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  • 19loquacious — adjective Etymology: Latin loquac , loquax, from loqui to speak Date: 1663 1. full of excessive talk ; wordy 2. given to fluent or excessive talk ; garrulous Synonyms: see talkative • loquaciously adverb • loquaciousnes …

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  • 20wordy — adjective (wordier; est) Date: 12th century 1. using or containing many and usually too many words 2. of or relating to words ; verbal • wordily adverb • wordiness noun Synonyms: wordy …

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