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Word: voluble

Definition: fluent; talkative; glib; N. volubility


Sentences Containing 'voluble'

Jim Tarbell, "the most adamant and voluble opponent" of Gray's plan, warned that it guaranteed the persistence of Over-the-Rhine as "a predominantly black enclave of poverty and despair," but City Council ignored him, believing the plan was a compromise.
``There is no better,''the voluble Vengeance protested in her shrill notes,``in France.''

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