noun, plural lo·quac·i·ties.
Origin of loquacity
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Historical Examples of loquacity
And Jukes, silent, marvelled at this display of feeling and loquacity.Typhoon
After so many failures you have at length succeeded in repressing your loquacity.Vikram and the Vampire
Richard F. Burton
Either that, or she had a basic flaw of loquacity that no one else had discovered.The Perfectionists
And Jim's silence irritated them far more than Arthur Freet's loquacity.Still Jim
Honor Willsie Morrow
They did not reply, having their own ideas as to Captain Candage's loquacity.Blow The Man Down
c.1200, from Latin loquacitatem (nominative loquacitas) "talkativeness," from loquax "talkative" (see loquacious). An Old English word for it was ofersprecolnes.