1 They entered the grounds of the college and were led by the garrulous porter across the quadrangle.
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2 She was an old garrulous woman, a pawnbroker's widow, who collected used stamps for some pious purpose.
3 She lingered for a few moments, and was garrulous over some detail of the household.
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4 Dinah gave a very garrulous version of it, to which Tom added the particulars which he had drawn from her that morning.
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5 I was in the bar, and a garrulous landlord was giving me all that I wanted.
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6 Thus the net result of Madame's cross-examination was to convince the tchinovniks that she was a garrulous, silly old woman.
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7 Only when he was alone with Mrs Bolton did he really feel a lord and a master, and his voice ran on with her almost as easily and garrulously as her own could run.
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8 "I have, good sir," she answered garrulously.
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