Definitions for talkativeness
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
talk•a•tive*ˈtɔ kə tɪv(adj.)
inclined to talk a great deal.
* Syn: talkative , garrulous , loquacious characterize a person who talks a great deal. talkative is a neutral or mildly unfavorable word for a person who is much inclined to talk, sometimes without significance: a talkative child. The garrulous person talks with wearisome persistence, usu. about trivial things: a garrulous cab driver. A loquacious person, intending to be sociable, talks continuously and at length: a loquacious host.
Origin of talkative:
garrulity, garrulousness, loquaciousness, loquacity, talkativeness(noun)
the quality of being wordy and talkative
The state of being talkative.
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