Loquacious


Loquacious (low-KWAY-shus)

Adjective:

-Characterized by excessive talk; wordy.

-Overly talkative.

From: 1660s, back-formation from loquacity or else formed from stem of Latin loquax (genitive loquacis) "talkative," from loqui "to speak" (see locution) + -ous.

Used in a sentence:

"There are very few things in life that annoy me more than a person who is equal parts ignorant and loquacious!

If you've ever been described as talking too much and using grandiloquent words - wear this witty shirt with pride!

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