He was, unlike Napoleon, “thoroughly French in character, possessing all the liveliness and talkativeness of that people.”
Of their dislike to talkativeness, the following apophthegms are evidence.
As he slowly recovered what little sense he had left to make use of, all his talkativeness and cordiality seemed to desert him.
Lance knew that the talkativeness was assumed for the sake of putting him at his ease.
Sally May was a delicious Mrs. Bennet—her archness, her querulousness, and above all her talkativeness.
Silence, advantages of, contrasted with talkativeness; an answer to wise men.
He turned and apologized to the gentleman for his servant's talkativeness, saying he was an old and much indulged servant.
Then as he stowed them away he shewed a disposition towards intimacy and talkativeness.
But for my presence of mind I should have fallen a victim to your talkativeness.
In excess, it produces verbosity, talkativeness, and "windiness" of expression.