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garrulity (s) (noun), garrulities (pl)
1. A condition of being wordy and verbose: Jan's niece, an extremely effusive young woman, engages in gurrulities, not conversations.
2. An excessive or pointless rambling: There are times when some politicians tend to express more garrulities than getting to the primary objective of their speeches.

Bert's garrulity on the talk show caused the moderator to interrupt him in an effort to get him to complete his comments.

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