Definition of 'loquacious'
Example sentences containing 'loquacious'
Hogarth, in an unusually loquacious mood, had explained to a disbelieving Posy that the Pinks were talented musicians.TICKLED PINK (2002)
and rumoured and whispered, loquacious as magpies, the Gaddirs merely smiled and nodded and refused to confirm or deny anything.A PLAGUE OF ANGELS (2002) A WORM OF DOUBT (2002)
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