noun, plural lo·quac·i·ties.
Examples from the Web for loquacity
The only excuse for loquacity would be the sending of an inquisitive constable on a fruitless expedition.Prescott of Saskatchewan|Harold Bindloss
Brougham's loquacity was intolerable, and his conceit immense.The Mother of Parliaments|Harry Graham
And then again, with a loquacity of which he was seldom guilty, he repeated, "I'll ha'nt 'em to the last!"Latitude 19 degree|Mrs. Schuyler Crowninshield
Firouz Ali, like all loquacious people—even though his loquacity was designed—disliked the spoiling of his sentences.Carry On!|Herbert Strang
Four accepted their fate in a state of extreme nervous excitement, accompanied by loquacity.The Criminal|Havelock Ellis
Word Origin and History for loquacity
c.1200, from Latin loquacitatem (nominative loquacitas) "talkativeness," from loquax "talkative" (see loquacious). An Old English word for it was ofersprecolnes.