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voluble

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishvolublevol‧u‧ble /ˈvɒljəbəl $ ˈvɑː-/ adjective formal 🔊 🔊 TALK TO somebodytalking a lot or talking quickly 🔊 Clarissa was extremely voluble on the subject of good manners.volubly adverb
Examples from the Corpus
volublea voluble and witty manHe usually left me floundering in his voluble Gallic wake.Public reaction was voluble in its opposition to the federal government.Known in her youth as Conie, she was pert, voluble, intellectually vibrant, adventuresome.Behind the desk was Jim Bell, the voluble park ranger in charge of the one-room visitors center.
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