garrulity


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gar·ru·li·ty

 (gə-ro͞o′lĭ-tē)
n.
Excessive talkativeness; loquaciousness.
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gar•ru•li•ty

(gəˈru lɪ ti)

n.
the quality of being garrulous; talkativeness.
[1575–85; < French garrulité < Latin garrulitās. See garrulous, -ity]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.garrulity - the quality of being wordy and talkative
communicativeness - the trait of being communicative
leresis - rambling talkativeness (especially in the aged)
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Translations
ثَرْثَرَه، كَثْرَة الكَلام
upovídanost
snakkesalighed
málæîi, mælgi, kjaftæîi
gevezelikzevzeklik

garrulity

[gəˈruːlɪtɪ] Ngarrulidad f
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garrulity

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garrulous

(ˈgӕrələs) adjective
fond of talking. a garrulous old man.
ˈgarrulously adverb
garˈrulity (-ˈruː-) noun
ˈgarrulousness noun
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References in classic literature ?
His love of conversation, his affection, his indifference to riches, even his garrulity, are interesting traits of character.
Saxon ceased abruptly, embarrassed by her own garrulity; and yet the impulse was strong to tell this young man all about herself, and it seemed to her that these far memories were a large part of her.
The old men, of whom there were many in the vale, seldom stirred from their mats, where they would recline for hours and hours, smoking and talking to one another with all the garrulity of age.
I was left some minutes in the oppressively silent hall, shaken, startled, ashamed of my garrulity, aching to get away.
An approved remedy for the disease of garrulity. It is also much used in cases of extreme poverty.
"To gam," among the sealing-schooners, is a substitute for the verbs "to visit," "to gossip." It expresses the garrulity of the sea, and is a pleasant break in the monotony of the life.
His talk was an odd mixture of almost boyish garrulity and of the reserve and discretion of the man of the world, and he seemed to Newman, as afterwards young members of the Latin races often seemed to him, now amusingly juvenile and now appallingly mature.
His garrulity was an instant arrested; for lifting his eyes, he saw what no one else saw--the black figure of Dr Oman standing on the sunlit lawn and looking steadily into the room.
Tarzan had come to look with contempt upon the blacks, principally because of their garrulity. The small apes talked a great deal and ran away from an enemy.
With the confidential garrulity of a man who has dined too well, he plunged into his darling topic, and I looked past him at the clock.
It was the most charming garrulity he had ever heard.
Section 2 summarizes the existing literature and background on constitutional garrulity and places this paper within the context of the broader scholarship.