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  • r  in a chatty loquacious manner
    `When I was young,' she continued loquaciously, `I used to do all sorts of naughty things'

  • Hollywood guides linger loquaciously in front of the tomb of Rudolf Valentino in the Hollywood Cemetery.
  • Pony-tailed Carol stood aside, in the loquaciously doting care of her mother, while Tenley glided into the "school figures," the required set of tight patterns that each contestant .
  • I have done a number of speaking roles, most loquaciously in a sitcom called Blackadder.

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