Mawson, C.O.S., ed. (18701938). Rogets International Thesaurus. 1922.
Class IV. Words Relating to the Intellectual Faculties
Division (II) Communication of Ideas
Section III. Means of Communicating Ideas
2. Spoken Language
LOQUACITY, loquaciousness, effusion; talkativeness &c. adj.; garrulity; multiloquence, much speaking.
GABBLE, gab [colloq.], jaw [low], hot air [slang]; jabber, chatter; prate, prattle, cackle, clack; twaddle, twattle, rattle, caquet [F.], caquetterie [F.], blabber, bavardage [F.], bibble-babble, gibble-gabble; small talk (converse) [See Interlocution]; Babel.
FLUENCY, flippancy, volubility, flowing tongue; flow, - of words; flux de -bouche, - mots [F.]; copia verborum [L.], cacoëthes loquendi [L.]; furor loquendi [L.]; verbosity (diffuseness) [See Diffuseness]; gift of the gab (eloquence) [See Speech].
TALKER; chatterer, chatterbox; babbler &c. v.; rattle; agreeable rattle [Goldsmith]; ranter; sermonizer, proser, driveler or driveller, blatherskite [colloq., U. S.], blab, jaw-box [slang], gas-bag [slang], wind-bag [slang], hot-air artist [slang]; gossip (converse) [See Interlocution]; magpie, jay, parrot, poll or polly; moulin à paroles [F.].
BE LOQUACIOUS &c. adj.; talk glibly, pour forth, patter; prate, palaver, prose, maunder, chatter, blab, gush, prattle, clack, jabber, jaw [low], shoot ones mouth off [slang]; blather, blatter, blether; rattle, - on; twaddle, twattle; babble, gabble; outtalk; talk oneself -out of breath, - hoarse; talk -, run on- like a mill race; have ones tongue hanging in the middle and wagging at both ends; talk the hind legs off a mule, talk one deaf and dumb, clack like a hen, go on forever; expatiate (speak at length) [See Diffuseness]; gossip (converse) [See Interlocution]; din in the ears (repeat) [See Repetition]; talk at random, talk nonsense [See Absurdity]; be hoarse with talking.