One learns taciturnity best among those people 45 who have none, and loquacity among the taciturn.
After so many failures you have at length succeeded in repressing your loquacity.
Their silence would have been awkward but for the loquacity of Jane, who talked enough for all three.
They did not reply, having their own ideas as to Captain Candage's loquacity.
The old physician was given to loquacity, and not a little elated by being called to see so distinguished a patient.
Brougham's loquacity was intolerable, and his conceit immense.
An extremely communicative man: a man with whom loquacity was the irrestrainable outpouring of contentment and gratitude.
After this bit of loquacity Petersen smiled blissfully—and said no more.
He cut short her loquacity by inserting one of the keys in the lock—it did not turn, but he had more success with the second.
In speaking he is deliberate and grave, and little given to loquacity.