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|definition - talkative, wordy
synonyms - loquacious, verbose
antonyms - reticent, laconic
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|Answers: 1. garrulous, 2. laconic, 3. verbose|
|Try these examples: (Use garrulous, its synonyms and its antonyms.)
1. When our __________ friend returned from his hunting trip, we
thought he would never tire of telling us about his adventures.
2. Clint Eastwood is best known for playing characters who are pithy
and ____________, men of few words.
3. Although the topic of the essay is pertinent, it is incomprehensible
because it is rambling and ___________.
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