garrulity : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  the quality of being wordy and talkative

  • Chung Tun-fu, in a state of garrulity almost unheard of among Chinese politicos of any complexion.
  • This year he outdid himself in grouchy garrulity.
  • I assumed that Reagan would control the garrulity.

  • Thomas McGuane in Edmonton Journal
    McGuane described it as a "short yet spacious and powerful book," as contrasted with the "well-larded garrulity of the bulbous American novel of today," and felt the prose recalled the careful writing of JM Coetzee and WG Sebald.

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