Definition of garrulousness in US English:

garrulousness

noun

  • See garrulous

    • ‘It seems to me the net encourages garrulousness, incoherence and drivel and I don't want to add to it.’
    • ‘Courage, garrulousness and the mob are on our side.’
    • ‘Their garrulousness surprised him, although he thought that this, too, could have a certain pathological quality.’
    • ‘The problem with Christmas parties isn't that you know everybody at them - it's that you become overexcited and incline towards garrulousness.’
    • ‘Unlike the signal spareness of his works, he is anyway inclined to garrulousness in conversation - a characteristic as excruciating on the page as it may be endearing in the flesh.’

Pronunciation

garrulousness

/ˈɡer(y)ələsnəs//ˈɡɛr(j)ələsnəs/