Day-15 (Garrulous)

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Word:
Garrulous

Status:
Adjective

Meaning:
Tending to talk a lot, very talkative

Sentences:
1) He became more garrulous after drinking a couple of beers.
2) We got tired of garrulous speeches by the end of the day.

Origin:
From Latin garrire which means 'to chat'

First use:
1611

Synonyms:
blabby, chatty, conversational, gabby, talkative, loquacious, motormouthed, mouthy, talky

Antonyms:
closemouthed, laconic, reserved, reticent, taciturn, tight-lipped, uncommunicative

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