logorrhoea

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log·or·rhe·a

(lawg'ōr-ē'ă)
Abnormal or pathologic talkativeness or garrulousness.
Synonym(s): logorrhoea.
[logo- + G. rhoia, a flow]

logorrhoea

An abnormal flow of words, some or all of which may be meaningless or invented (neologisms). Severe logorrhoea may amount to logomania. See also JARGON.
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As for the verbal diarrhoea, no point repeating them here as they stink.
At a time when people are wondering whether the sainted Antony is the second or third- worst defence minister of the country, you can only wonder whether the release induces verbal diarrhoea or prolix flatulence.
Did have a good chuckle at the severe case of verbal diarrhoea coming out of my stereo though
As usual, Anwar Abdulrahman's article (GDN, August 13) was as welcome as a rare spell of fresh and life-giving rain in the desert for readers like me, who are sick of the verbal diarrhoea that goes as news in the Western media - the hunting call of a predator on the prowl.
The search for a cure for verbal diarrhoea must continue, but in the meantime I would prescribe an editorial cork to reduce the symptoms of this chronic condition.
His presence in Cabinet or in Parliament will always evoke certain feelings amongst the people or tribe/s that have been at the mercy of the Minister's verbal diarrhoea.
I had heard of Verbal Diarrhoea which is not used in good sense but for the first time I heard about Verbal Medicine from Prof.
MY boss resembles Olive Oil from the Popeye cartoons and spouts so much verbal diarrhoea at meetings, it almost sounds like listening to a tape being fast forwarded at high speed.
A bun fight seems to be the logical solution for an end to the verbal diarrhoea we are being subjected to, but where, and what, are the opinions of the elected politicians for the areas that will be subjected to all the additional polution from noise, fumes, increased road conjestion?
GEORGE BUSH'S verbal diarrhoea during his inaugural speech should be a wake-up call to this country.
As soon as he sits down with a French publication, his Champions League dreams seem to pour out of his mouth like verbal diarrhoea.
The moment this verbal diarrhoea flowed from the Fine Gaeler's mouth, the hack's eyes lit up.