Use Fancy Words: loquacious

Fancy word Everygirls should know: loquacious

Why we chose this fancy word:
It’s never good when a word is thrown into conversation and you don’t know the meaning. This was the case for one Everygirl editor when a friend decided to use the word loquacious mid-story. Unfortunately, she just had to nod and smile and pretend she knew what he was talking about. Just another example of why we should constantly work on improving our vocabulary.

Definition: loquacious (adj.) pronunciation: loh-kwey-shuhs

  1. talking or tending to talk much or freely; talkative; chattering; babbling; garrulous
  2. characterized by excessive talk; wordy

Use this word in a sentence: Even though the hostess was rather quiet, her loquacious guests kept the room abuzz with chatter and stories.

Have you been using past fancy words?
osculation = a kiss
resplendent = having a splendid appearance
pedantic = ostentatious in one’s learning
compendium = summary or account of a subject

definition via dictionary.reference.com