In his voluble, guns-blazing manner, Adrover made the hollowness of New York Fashion Week, which ends Thursday, apparent.
The likeliest person to defeat the voluble Georgian is Gingrich himself.
Joe Scarborough Another wild card would be Joe Scarborough, the voluble morning-talk-show host on MSNBC.
In late 2007, the voluble Texas hedge-funder threw down $110 million against the subprime-mortgage market and made a killing.
My mother is absent, so that I may dare to say that she struck me as voluble.
But are you voluble enough to drown all sense in a torrent of words?
He stopped, waiting for Elinor but Elinor for a person so voluble a little while ago seemed curiously unwilling to speak.
He had not heard a great deal of his voluble hostess's chatter.
It was the voice of Nanzicele, addressing him in voluble Sindabele.
The low, voluble delivery was enough by itself to compel my attention.
1570s, "liable to constant change," from French voluble, from Latin volubilis "that turns around, rolling, flowing, fluent" (of speech), from volvere "to turn around, roll" (see volvox). Meaning "fluent, talkative" first recorded 1580s. Related: Volubly.