Definition of Garrulousness

1. Noun. The quality of being wordy and talkative.

Exact synonyms: Garrulity, Loquaciousness, Loquacity, Talkativeness
Generic synonyms: Communicativeness
Specialized synonyms: Leresis
Derivative terms: Garrulous, Garrulous, Loquacious, Loquacious, Talkative, Talkative, Talkative



Definition of Garrulousness

1. Noun. garrulity ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Garrulousness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Garrulousness

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garrulousness (current term)
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Literary usage of Garrulousness

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1. Edinburgh Medical Journal (1889)
"termed garrulousness, one might find interesting material for a graduation address in speaking of the men who most largely filled the public eye in the ..."

2. Whistler, and Others by Frederick Wedmore (1906)
"... "—had something of the garrulousness of age ; but not that alone ; the garrulousness had not gone far enough to be a fault; in it there was something of ..."

3. Power of will by Frank Channing Haddock (1907)
"garrulousness. The majority of people talk too much, often saying nothing, or what is perhaps, ... The following rules will cure garrulousness, ..."

4. China by Robert Kennaway Douglas (1882)
"garrulousness ; and 7, Stealing. On the other hand no offence, of whatever kind, on the part of the husband, gives a woman any right to claim a divorce from ..."

5. Edinburgh Medical Journal (1889)
"termed garrulousness, one might find interesting material for a graduation address in speaking of the men who most largely filled the public eye in the ..."

6. Whistler, and Others by Frederick Wedmore (1906)
"... "—had something of the garrulousness of age ; but not that alone ; the garrulousness had not gone far enough to be a fault; in it there was something of ..."

7. Power of will by Frank Channing Haddock (1907)
"garrulousness. The majority of people talk too much, often saying nothing, or what is perhaps, ... The following rules will cure garrulousness, ..."

8. China by Robert Kennaway Douglas (1882)
"garrulousness ; and 7, Stealing. On the other hand no offence, of whatever kind, on the part of the husband, gives a woman any right to claim a divorce from ..."

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