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voluble (adjective), more voluble, most voluble
1. Pertaining to an individual who is fluent in speech and uses words easily and rapidly: Joe was a voluble speaker when he was campaigning to be mayor of his city.
2. Etymology: from Latin volubilis, "rolling, turning rapidly, flowing".
Fluent and smooth in spech; glib and talkative.
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