Meaning of talkativeness in English:


Pronunciation /ˈtɔːkətɪvnəs/

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‘The precocious talkativeness is a major attribute of the boy, who is known by the name of his class rather than a real proper name.’
  • ‘It is Risma's talkativeness and maternal instincts that Suhartono appreciates most about her.’
  • ‘It takes a lot of chutzpah to accept and admit one's weaknesses, if talkativeness is one.’
  • ‘The researchers measured four extraverted characteristics - talkativeness, assertiveness, adventurousness and energy level - in 46 college students.’
  • ‘But while White's words are designed to boost his own players rather than infuriate the opposition, it could be argued that his talkativeness may create extra pressure for his team.’