Then she sat down and volubly began her story, while her tribe were temporarily pacified.
Life takes a new interest when we can put it so volubly into words.
The oath he uttered and the excuses which I volubly poured forth could not have reached Mr. Gryce's ears, for he did not return.
She thanked them volubly in Flemish, which they did not understand.
At last our own trench mortars were answering, not in a few grudged monosyllables, but volubly, out of the fulness of the dump.
They pleaded against him volubly with the rising of her image into it.
All of them volubly knew, or indignantly desired to know, where all the others had been every minute of the week.
He, of course, like every soldier in that region, was volubly sure they would not.
The called-up one volubly explained that there was no need in his case for a medical examination.
The other was that of a native, and was volubly expostulative—in its own tongue.
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.