Synonyms of garrulous
1 talkativeDictionary • a garrulous old woman
talkative • He suddenly became very talkative, his face slightly flushed.
chatty • She's quite a chatty person.
voluble • Bert is a voluble, gregarious man.
loquacious • The normally loquacious man said little.
2 ramblingDictionary • boring, garrulous prose
rambling • He wrote a rambling letter to his wife.
lengthy • a lengthy article in the newspaper
diffuse • His writing is so diffuse that it is almost impossible to understand.
long-winded • The manifesto is long-winded and repetitious.
wordy • His speech is full of wordy rhetoric.
discursive • The book is characterized by a reflective, discursive style.
windy • I have a horror of turning into a windy old bore.
verbose • When drunk, he becomes pompous and verbose.
prosy • His autobiography is a prosy piece of work, full of pedantry.
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chattySomeone who is chatty talks a lot in a friendly, informal way.
• She's quite a chatty person.
diffuseIf you describe something as diffuse, you mean that it is vague and difficult to understand or explain.
• His writing is so diffuse that it is almost impossible to understand.
discursiveIf a style of writing is discursive, it includes a lot of facts or opinions that are not necessarily relevant.
• The book is characterized by a reflective, discursive style.
Thesaurus for garrulous from the Collins English Thesaurus
given to constant and frivolous chatter; loquacious; talkative