voluble[ vol-yuh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF voluble
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR VOLUBLE
But are you voluble enough to drown all sense in a torrent of words?
Fluent and voluble upon all other subjects, upon this he hesitated.
A voluble fellow; of what original nationality I could not determine.
Hundreds will be voluble in admiration, for one who will be silent in delight.
A voluble waiter was gesticulating and seeking instructions about the wine.
Mr. Gladstone in the House was voluble, eloquent, communicative.
He had not heard a great deal of his voluble hostess's chatter.
The Mexican parrots are the most voluble to be found this side of southern Africa.
Next he was half-hypnotized by the voluble man's stream of rapid talk.
The low, voluble delivery was enough by itself to compel my attention.