Definition of Overtalkative
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Literary usage of Overtalkative
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. What's on the Worker's Mind: By One who Put on Overalls to Find Out, Whiting by Whiting Williams (1920)
"... up to the pile where two overtalkative and slow-moving Italians wheel-barrowed it away. And Mr. Foreman or Gang Boss let us have all the tune we wanted. ..."
2. Bulletin by University of the State of New York (1919)
"The overtalkative child must be checked and directed, the timid encouraged, the indolent stimulated. The pupil should be able to see a reason for his work ..."
3. Benign Stupors: A Study of a New Manic-depressive Reaction Type by August Hoch (1921)
"She then was, for six or seven weeks, nearly normal, so far as her mood went, but had a tendency to cling to some of her ideas and was overtalkative. ..."
4. The Ordeal by Fire: By a Sergeant in the French Army by Marcel Berger (1916)
"A blundering simple soul too, and overtalkative. And yet . . . what a good sort he was! He had that rarest of virtues, Kindness, the mark of real ..."
5. Psycho-therapy in the Practice of Medicine and Surgery by Sheldon Leavitt (1903)
"With this thought in mind he will be reserved—ie, not overtalkative, and disposed to keep his patients "at arms' length." Familiarity breeds contempt and ..."
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