In America, the death of an American star is really the occasion for a garrulous, obsessive, round-the-clock denial of death.
The garrulous assistant to a fading screen siren in Clouds of Sils Maria.
For this story has not been derived from hacked voicemails, an avaricious doctor, or a garrulous friend.
A garrulous blue-winged jay chatters from the tall oak, and purple rooks are picking among the corn.
The constable drove on, talking on, garrulous as a guinea hen.
And yet Macleod did not seem disposed to be garrulous about these new experiences of his; he was absorbed, and mostly silent.
She kicked some sand with her bare toes, amongst the garrulous chickens.
And being alone, he is not concise, but garrulous and discursive.
It struck him as odd that the garrulous old forester had not returned.
No doubt there is justification enough for his suspicion in the exploits of pretentious and garrulous souls.
Latin garrulus 'talkative'
1610s, from Latin garrulus "talkative," from garrire "to chatter," from PIE root *gar- "to call, cry," of imitative origin (cf. Greek gerys "voice, sound," Ossetic zar "song," Welsh garm, Old Irish gairm "noise, cry"). Related: Garrulously; garrulousness.