1 In temperament he was taciturn rather than loquacious, and he cherished a yearning for self-education.
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2 Yet, while cementing such friendships for all eternity, almost always they begin quarrelling the same evening, since, throughout, they are a loquacious, dissipated, high-spirited, over-showy tribe.
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3 His favorite occupation when not playing boston, a card game he was very fond of, was that of listener, especially when he succeeded in setting two loquacious talkers at one another.
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4 The more loquacious Thenardier became, the more mute was Jean Valjean.
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5 He would put in his poem, a loquacious old fellow, like me, and he would call him Nestor.
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6 Hugh was loquacious at breakfast.
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7 He was not effusive, loquacious, and bibulous like Giovanni.
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