garrulous
[ gar-uh-luhs ]
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Part of Speech adjective
Origin + Etymology
Early 17th century; Latin from Latin garrulus (from garrire ‘to chatter, prattle’) + -ous
Synonyms
  • chatty
  • glib
  • loquacious
  • voluble
Antonyms
  • quiet
  • silent
Definition
excessively talkative, especially on trivial matters
Example
A) He was a garrulous man and could not keep himself from boasting to his coworkers. B) My garrulous toddler will go on for hours about her day at preschool.
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