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Mr. Capt was more loquacious than the British man-servant, under similar circumstances, would be.
THE PIT TOWN CORONET, VOLUME I (OF 3)CHARLES JAMES WILLS
Avoid a loquacious propensity; you should never occupy more than your share of the time, or more than is agreeable to others.
THE LADIES' BOOK OF ETIQUETTE, AND MANUAL OF POLITENESSFLORENCE HARTLEY
He was quite friendly, and inclined to be loquacious, although he spoke with a slight foreign accent.
THE DOUBLE FOURE. PHILLIPS OPPENHEIM
The fille-de-chambre too was handsome and cleanly-looking, but somewhat more loquacious than a weary traveller required.
TRAVELS THROUGH THE SOUTH OF FRANCE AND THE INTERIOR OF PROVINCES OF PROVENCE AND LANGUEDOC IN THE YEARS 1807 AND 1808LT-COL. PINKNEY
The widow was loquacious in her mild slow way; and she was pleased at this opportunity for a little harmless gossip.
A CHARMING FELLOW, VOLUME II (OF 3)FRANCES ELEANOR TROLLOPE
Lkath's formal dignity mellowed under the influence of food and wine, and he became more loquacious.
THE ARGUS PHEASANTJOHN CHARLES BEECHAM
His voice was of the baritone order, deep and sonorous, but he was not loquacious and had a habit of munching.
THE OLD PIKETHOMAS B. SEARIGHT
The man of the house appeared presently; and, if not more communicative, was at least more loquacious, than he had been formerly.
QUENTIN DURWARDSIR WALTER SCOTT
A body of loquacious placemen go out to tell the world, that all he aims at, is to get into office.
THOUGHTS ON THE PRESENT DISCONTENTSEDMUND BURKE
Dr. Orkborne, who was any thing rather than loquacious, having given one answer, said no more.
CAMILLAFANNY BURNEY

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