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The talkative and smiley 15-month-old is also a pioneer—the first person to start receiving medical treatment for her genetic disorder before even being born.

She’s all business, tinkering with spokes and getting the bike ready to ride, but friendly and talkative.

On another overseas trip, my normally talkative tween suddenly became shy when an officer asked who her parents were.

That’s not to say he trusted me completely from the offset, but he was smart, direct, talkative, aware, funny.

Gao, who was usually open and talkative, sounded guarded, according to several officials familiar with the conversations.

But he's also energetic, talkative, and boyishly excited about not just his beer, but all beer.

Sources say the drug lord became quite talkative when he was high.

Her daughter was bigger, more talkative, her dark blond hair now in long curls.

But then the tall, solidly built former paratrooper has been the least talkative of the separatists.

Women voters were also more talkative and excited, clearly relishing their chance to participate and have their say.

Old Ripper, a talkative, discontented man, stopped and ventured to enter on his grievances.

The hotel-keeper, a stout Alsatian, was a talkative person, and told Walter nearly all he wished to know.

Presently my talkative companion volunteers the information that he also is waiting for trial.

If Chloe is not well informed, indiscreet and talkative Lycinion must take it upon herself to instruct Daphnis.

I found her exactly the same talkative, positive, passionate, conceited creature as we knew her twenty years ago.

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On this page you'll find 42 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to talkative, such as: articulate, chatty, effusive, garrulous, glib, and loquacious.

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

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