Definition of Loquaciousness. Meaning of Loquaciousness. Synonyms of Loquaciousness

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Definition of Loquaciousness

Loquaciousness
Loquaciousness Lo*qua"cious*ness, n. Loquacity.

Meaning of Loquaciousness from wikipedia

- Verbosity or verboseness is speech or writing that uses more words than necessary, e.g. "in spite of the fact that" rather than "although". The opposite...
- himself." During his years as a senator, Biden acquired a re****tion for loquaciousness and "putting his foot in his mouth". He has been a strong speaker and...
- (Kapoor) whose life undergoes a series of changes after he encounters a loquacious girl (Kareena Kapoor) on a train ride. Ali thought that Kapoor's previous...
- Several critics noted that Sharma was being stereotyped as a loud and loquacious girl; Raja Sen noted that she "is great in a couple of scenes near the...
- elaborate Ganpati festival song. She featured as Kaali Gawde, Roshan's loquacious love interest in the film. Mayank Shekhar noted how much Chopra stood...
- The chairman of the committee and the loquacious politician clashed violently when the meeting started. Det. Noun Prep. Det. Noun Conj. Det. Adj. Noun...
- She won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for playing a loquacious farmer in the drama Cold Mountain. Her other notable films include White...
- unemplo**** for a year afterward. Her breakthrough came in the part of a loquacious pregnant woman in the 2005 independent film Junebug. The 2007 musical...
- Hentoff of the Village Voice, however, wrote in November 2006 that "the loquacious Schumer has been indifferent to the administration's war on the Constitution...
- Khrushchev, by contrast, struck Hayter as being "rumbustious, impetuous, loquacious, free-wheeling, and alarmingly ignorant of foreign affairs". Hayter thought...
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