from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. An excessive and often uncontrollable flow of words.
- n. Excessive talkativeness.
One doesn't need to read all of that logorrhoea, aka verbal diarrhea, to recognize a nut case.
Thankfully, I no longer go to this abhorrent nonsense replete with its jazz band and rock presentations and prebyters who suffer from systemic logorrhoea with three sermons per session and the uncontrollable urge to try to explain, even if poorly, everything they are doing.
By 0730 I usually find myself in a state of logorrhoea and emotional disinhibition.
The spoken form of logorrhoea (other than in the medical sense) is a kind of verbosity which uses superfluous
Benway cannot converse, he can only speechify and justify every cruelty and abomination through a logorrhoea of logic that bypasses deductive and inductive argument as well as all human empathy and feeling.
And there is absolutely no enthusiasm for Gabble's Labourite logorrhoea either.