overtalkative

overtalkative

(ˌəʊvəˈtɔːkətɪv)
adj
characterized by a tendency to talk excessively
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The unsinkable septuagenarians - Charles Nicholas Hodges and David Victor Peacock as they're known on more formal occasions - are at the Belgrade Theatre on Wednesday, November 9, when their playlist will no doubt encompass overtalkative females, snooker trickery and Tottingham Hotspur.
Highs result in the patient needing less sleep, having great ideas or beliefs they are special or chosen, they become overtalkative and may spend money they don't have.
Rider managed to steer through part one of a slick broadcast without a solitary reference to Borat and the comedy character's controversial relationship with Kazakhstan, but overtalkative commentator Clive Tyldesley soon made up for that.
Never have so many administrative knickers been in such a twist, with the overtalkative Clarke vainly trying to face all ways at once.
When not depressed, she was full of energy with mildly euphoric affect, overtalkative, wearing colorful clothing and spending time coloring books.
Nana was always overtalkative, more now that she's blind, so shelved between stories of lacing pasta with ketchup during the Great Depression and praise for her grandkids, she spread word of his trips.
Yet, i was doing better than I knew; my strict silence and attention to the corned beef made me in the eyes of the cow-boys at table compare well with the overtalkative commercial travelers.
When in the manic cycle, the individual may be overactive, overtalkative, and have a great deal of energy.