loquacious[ loh-kwey-shuhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF loquacious
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LOQUACIOUS
He consented, therefore, to all that the loquacious tailor proposed to him.
Taterleg, loquacious as he might be on occasion, knew when to hold his tongue.
"He's the oldest man in these parts," pursued his loquacious companion.
A loquacious advocate is more likely to gain his case than a taciturn one.
At home, in the woods, he is the most frolicsome and loquacious.
Finding them, to all seeming, gullible and loquacious, she had even ventured on the Bishop.
"Radnor is naturally not loquacious about the matter," he resumed presently.
We are growing too loquacious, both on the p. 186stage and off.
She was by nature rather a loquacious and, so to speak, irrelevant talker.
How do talkative and loquacious differ from garrulous, and from each other?