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Loquacious


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It is an adjective.
Meaning : It is used to refer to the talkativeness of a person.It means very much tending to talk more.It is also used to indicate an event which has been characterized by excessive talk.

Root of the word: locu/loqu/logue/logy/lix means speak, speech

Synonyms: talkative, garrulous, rambling, long-winded, effusive,babbling,chattering,chatty,prolix,voluble,verbose

Antonyms: taciturn

Related forms:
loquaciously - adverb
loquaciousness - noun


Sample Usage

1)The loquacious speaker kept on talking for three hours.
2)This has become the most loquacious play of the season.
3)His loquaciousness had brought him to this stage.



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