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1‘he was a loquacious and precocious boy’
talkative, garrulous, voluble, over-talkative, long-winded, wordy, verbose, profuse, prolix, effusive, gushing, rambling
chatty, gossipy, gossiping, chattering, chattery, babbling, blathering, gibbering
informal with the gift of the gab, having kissed the blarney stone, yakking, big-mouthed, gabby, gassy, talky
rare multiloquent, multiloquous
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The definitions of ‘buddy’ and ‘bro’ in the OED have recently been revised. We explore their history and increase in popularity.