from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Excessive use of words.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. An excessive and often uncontrollable flow of words.
- n. Excessive talkativeness.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Morbid loquacity and rapidity of speech.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. pathologically excessive (and often incoherent) talking
BL40 would probably be classified as logorrhea, but there's no doubt that this slider is handsome.
That year, the $40,000 grand prize went to Nupur Lala, an Indian-American girl who correctly spelled "logorrhea" in the final round.
He tempers his logorrhea with consciously chosen and, as far as I can tell, arbitrary limits.
The winner that year correctly spelled "logorrhea."
But his eccentric concepts and pseudo-intellectual logorrhea aren't just the product of his own eccentricities.
In all these cases, limited capacity ruled out logorrhea.
Mr. Slatkin hadn't just noted in passing that he was scuffling to get up to speed with an opera he had never conducted before; he was seized with a fit of electronic logorrhea, endlessly chit-chattering online in a way guaranteed to prejudice the critics, the performers and the audience against him.
Jo-Jo screams, finally snapping in the face of Hairston's logorrhea.
Was this the MSM, craven as ever, slavishly following the lead of the artistocracy - those who decide which frauds and daubs, which slabs of self-obsessed upper-middle-class logorrhea - constitute Art and Literature?
Jeebus, I really should get a handle on my logorrhea.