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loose talk

noun as in vulgar speech

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When Barack Obama tried to shush "loose talk of war," he got as much traction as a vicar giving a sermon during a soccer riot.

The closest Obama came this week to criticizing Israel was to obliquely warn against “loose talk of war.”

“There is a lot of loose talk, frankly, about some of these military options,” he told the Senate on March 2.

Her writings from this era are collected in two books, Life As a Party and Loose Talk.

But when the members found themselves alone together there was some loose talk.

Writing unbeknownst to her folks, with loose talk about her on the side, is another thing altogether.

The men were shooting more frequently now, and by their loose talk showed increasing recklessness.

The tribunes he regarded as noxious busybodies, whose loose talk was dividing Rome into two parties.

Chapuys feared that “by his loose talk” Clement was secretly encouraging the King.


On this page you'll find 4 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to loose talk, such as: blue story, double entendre, impure talk, and locker-room humor.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.