- garrison, william lloyd,
- garré's disease
Origin of garrulity
Examples from the Web for garrulity
The garrulity of age, a powerful imagination, and a boasting disposition are his chief stock in trade.
He was somewhat talkative, and was a little inclined to be imprudent in his conversation, but with a certain wit in his garrulity.Saragossa|Benito Prez Galds
She missed the garrulity of familiar friends whom she no longer met.To Tell You the Truth|Leonard Merrick
The evening also passed away, but not without continued symptoms of garrulity on the part of Geoffrey Hudson.Peveril of the Peak|Sir Walter Scott
The reading of Collier's folio, garrulity, would agree better with the context; but it is not a Shakespearian term.
1580s, from Middle French garrulité, from Latin garrulitatem (nominative garrulitas) "chattering, loquacity," from garrulus (see garrulous).