Garrulous sentence example

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  • He is a very shrewd and garrulous fellow.
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  • He was not only without political or military capacity, but was so garrulous that he could not keep a secret.
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  • Garrulous after a fashion as Montaigne is, he gives us no clear idea of any original or definite impulse leading him to write the famous Essays.
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  • His age, too, while garrulous to a degree, seems to have been free from the slightest taint of boasting.
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  • That he was a coxcomb and a bore, weak, vain, pushing, curious, garrulous, was obvious to all who were acquainted with him.
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  • The materials for his biography are very numerous; he was regarded with universal curiosity and admiration in his lifetime; and, besides, he left a garrulous autobiography in verse.
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  • The lively if rather garrulous book on which his title to remembrance rests, appeared at Vienna in 1784, in the author's own Latin, and in a German translation by Professor Krail of the university of Pest.
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  • Distinguished humanists might sneer at him as "a garrulous sophist"; but from this time his ambition was not only to be the greatest scientific authority in Germany but also the champion of the papacy and of the traditional church order.
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  • The life of the cardinal, by Salazar de Mendoza, Cronica del gran cardinal Don Pedro Gonzalez de Mendoza (Toledo, 1625), is disoursive and garrulous but valuable.
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  • Geminis, Leos, Sagittarians and Aquarians tend to be progressive, garrulous, and enjoy the finer things in life.
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  • garrulous young woman from Ohio.
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  • She meets younger brother and his garrulous and preganant wife (Adams), his taciturn father and none too approving mother.
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  • garrulous wife for a quiet husband.
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  • garrulous man was holding forth; lie talked like one who might have ideas to expound.
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  • As models of Attic style Phrynichus assigned the highest place to Plato, Demosthenes and Aeschines the Socratic. The work was learned, but prolix and garrulous.
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