1. the quality of being wordy and talkative
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How To Use talkativeness In A Sentence

  • But while White's words are designed to boost his own players rather than infuriate the opposition, it could be argued that his talkativeness may create extra pressure for his team.
  • She wearied of Rose's talkativeness, regarded the child's brightness as a kind of clowning, and in the way of a kind, unlettered, self-possessed mother, forgave her daughter for being intelligent. Beard
  • The reason of his talkativeness was the success I had attained in my first morning's walk, for I had sold nearly all the meat, and brought home a pocket full of small money. The Adventures of a Dog, and a Good Dog Too
  • Public boredom is induced by the incontinent talkativeness of those who occupy the modern rhetorical presidency. Obama’s Apogee in His Rearview Mirror
  • Paradoxical CNS stimulation results in talkativeness, excitability, restlessness, anxiety, mania, hyperactivity, delirium, and rage.
  • The researchers measured four extraverted characteristics - talkativeness, assertiveness, adventurousness and energy level - in 46 college students.
  • Extraverts tend to possess skills such as sociability, talkativeness, and a high interest in affiliation.
  • It takes a lot of chutzpah to accept and admit one's weaknesses, if talkativeness is one.
  • The precocious talkativeness is a major attribute of the boy, who is known by the name of his class rather than a real proper name.
  • It is Risma's talkativeness and maternal instincts that Suhartono appreciates most about her.
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