loquacious loquacious  /loʊ ˈkweɪ ʃəs/


  • (adj) full of trivial conversation


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  • Although the doctor came out to be loquacious, he was actually diverting the attention of the patient from the pain through his continuous talk.


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  1. Wondering how he survived, Mr. McCourt writes, "People everywhere brag about the woes of their early years, but nothing can compare with the Irish version: the poverty, the shiftless loquacious alcoholic father; the pious defeated mother moaning by...
    on Feb 22, 2008 By: Frank McCourt Source: New York Times Blogs (blog)

  2. "King is certainly loquacious," says Tony Magistrale, who has written two books on King, one forthcoming in 2010. "His compulsion to write is the compulsion other people have toward sex and beer. It's really important for him. He writes every...
    on Nov 12, 2009 By: Tony Magistrale Source: Houston Chronicle

  3. "Throughout, he stayed true to himself: ebullient, loquacious, charming, skeptical, tenacious," Ridley writes in an eloquent coda."He would have liked to find the seat of consciousness and to see the retreat of religion. He had to settle for...
    on Jul 18, 2006 By: Matt Ridley Source: International Herald Tribune

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