What Does Loquacious Mean? | Definition & Examples
Loquacious is an adjective meaning “given to excessive talk.” Depending on the context, it can be used positively or negatively.
While loquacious is often used interchangeably with “talkative,” it can also have a more nuanced meaning. In some instances, it implies that the speaker is particularly articulate or eloquent in a way that “talkative” does not.
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