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loquacious (adjective), more loquacious, most loquacious
A reference to being extremely talkative or gabby: Sally’s friend was a very loquacious girl, and loved talking to her friend, whose ear, with the receiver of the phone pressed against it, started hurting so much that she had to suddenly end the call!

Blessed is the man who having nothing to say, abstains from giving us wordy evidence of the fact.

—George Eliot
Pertaining to excessive yacking.
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Characteristic of an abnormal flow of words while talking.
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Relating to talking on and on and on.
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A reference to continuous talking.
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(Latin: overly talkative, loquacious, chattering)