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volubility

Syllabification: vol·u·bil·i·ty
Pronunciation: /ˌvälyəˈbilədē
 
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Definition of volubility in English:

noun

The quality of talking fluently, readily, or incessantly; talkativeness: her legendary volubility deserted her
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  • He spoke at such length and with such volubility that you were inclined to believe that he was telling the truth.
  • Earlier this month, however, her legendary volubility deserted her.
  • He recalls how impressed he was as a child by the volubility and animation of his uncles' marathon conversations.

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Word of the day emulous
Pronunciation: ˈemyələs
adjective
seeking to emulate or imitate someone or something