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garrulate (verb), garrulates; garrulated; garrulating
1. To talk nonstop or to ramble on and on: Joe, the old man, kept garrulating about his latest fishing trip, giving no one else a chance at the table to talk.

When Melody garrulates, she is not concise and tends to monopolize conversations with others with foolish and tedious or boring statements.

2. Etymology: from Latin garriere, "to chatter, to talk".

Although this cartoon is in an adjective format, it still illustrates the meaning of this word entry.

Talking too much and being too wordy.
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Word Entries at Get Words: “garrulate
To talk too often and too much; usually, about things that are not important. (1)