Word of the Day: loquacious

lo·qua·cious adjective \lō-ˈkwā-shəs\: liking to talk and talking smoothly and easily

Full Definition of LOQUACIOUS

1: full of excessive talk : wordy
2: given to fluent or excessive talk : garrulous
lo·qua·cious·lyadverb
lo·qua·cious·nessnoun

Origin of LOQUACIOUS

Latin loquac-, loquax, from loqui to speak

First Known Use: 1663

Definition source: http://www.merriam-webster.com

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