loquacious \loh-KWAY-shuhs\, adjective:
1. Very talkative.
2. Full of excessive talk; wordy.
The meeting went on for hours, accommodating loquacious bores who were each allowed their say.
–Andrew Sullivan, “Gay Life, Gay Death,” The New Republic, December 17, 1990
In drawing a sharp contrast with the loquacious Ginsburg, her new lawyers appeared for just a few moments and said virtually nothing to reporters before retreating into the building.
–Peter Baker, “Lewinsky Replaces Ginsburg,” Washington Post, June 3, 1998