loquacity

noun
lo·quac·i·ty | \lō-ˈkwa-sə-tē \

Definition of loquacity 

: the quality or state of being very talkative

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These layabouts wreak enough havoc, what with their aimless loquacity and their tendencies to monopolize wall outlets. Justin Peters, Slate Magazine, "Should This Thing Be Smart? Coffee Mug Edition.," 20 Dec. 2017

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First Known Use of loquacity

13th century, in the meaning defined above

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