Definition of logorrheic in US English:


(British logorrhoeic)


  • See logorrhea

    • ‘The putative purpose of these broadcasts was public edification, though they also often gave logorrheic legislators a platform for self-promotion.’
    • ‘To you I appear dependent and mechanically incompetent, while to me you appear logorrheic and socially inappropriate.’
    • ‘In an attempt to be noticed, she turned to the prince and tried to engage him in conversation while acting logorrheic - not a good combination, I can assure you.’
    • ‘The point is that the oil and water of logorrheic brinksmanship and the drive towards hidden universals can coexist.’