Nothing more can be said about garrulous than the picture above. In fact nothing more should be said, because enough has been said about the book. In fact, garrulous is derived from the Latin root ‘garrul-’ meaning ‘talkative, chattering’.

Garrulous carries the following dictionary definitions:
1. Given to excessive and often trivial or rambling talk; tiresomely talkative.
2. Wordy and rambling: a garrulous speech.


Usage examples for Garrulous:
1. All this time the poor creature was discussing with herself as to whether she had disobeyed orders, in a kind of garrulous way that made me fear much for her capability of retaining anything secret if she was questioned.
2. Of course we haven’t encouraged your talking much up to this time, and you don’t strike me as a very rapid fire speaker, not exactly what is called garrulous, you know.

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