Answer: full of trivial conversation s:mouthy; Chatty Cathy a:taciturn
Word Origin early 17th century: from Latin garrulus (from garrire 'to chatter prattle') + -ous.
Scrabble Points: 10
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talkative loquacious garrulous voluble mean given to talk or talking. talkative may imply a readiness to engage in talk or a disposition to enjoy conversation. a talkative neighbor loquacious suggests the power of expressing oneself articulately fluently or glibly. a loquacious spokesperson garrulous implies prosy rambling or tedious loquacity. garrulous traveling companions voluble suggests a free easy and unending loquacity. a voluble raconteur
excessively talkative in a rambling roundabout manner especially about trivial matters. wordy or diffuse: a garrulous and boring speech. OTHER WORDS FOR garrulous 1 prating babbling.
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