The quality of being willing, eager, or able to talk or impart information: his questions encouraged her communicativeness
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- Musical theory is quite explicit about the emotional communicativeness even of the most 'abstract' part of a concert.
- As the recording of Walter Reiter and Cordaria shows, the less well-known Vivaldi does not lack elegance, spectacularity and virtuosity, liveliness and instant communicativeness.
- However, although it is likely that making individuals active participants in community-building programmes enhances their communicativeness and sociality, there is no guarantee that 'developed' communities would 'reach out' across the ethno-sectarian divide.
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