Andersonville did not improve either his temper or his communicativeness.
There is a curious reservation in the communicativeness of a Russian.
Lindsay's communicativeness seemed to contract a little, as at the touch of a finger light, but cold.
This communicativeness is not 82 confined to the inmates of hospitals.
He looked so absurdly young that Bertha could not help treating him as a schoolboy; and she was amused at his communicativeness.
She left Bernstein's room all thrilling with joy, and repentant for her excess of communicativeness.
Here we see the calm, persistent character of the philosopher united with the affability and communicativeness of the gentleman.
What is noteworthy in Lavater's record, indeed, is Goethe's communicativeness and spontaneity in all that concerned himself.
The Emperor's burgundy, no doubt, had warmed his spirit to communicativeness.
Lindsay's communicativeness seemed to contract a little, as at the touch of a finger light but cold.
late 14c., "that communicates," from French communicatif, from Latin communicat-, past participle stem of communicare "impart, inform" (see communication). Meaning "talkative" is recorded from 1650s.