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log·or·rhe·a

 (lô′gə-rē′ə, lŏg′ə-)
n.
Excessive use of words.

log′or·rhe′ic adj.
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logorrheic

(ˌlɒɡəˈriːɪk)
adj
pertaining to the over use of words or excessive talkativeness
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