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Talk Too Much? Find Your Sin.

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  1. Talk Too Much? Find Your Sin. • EffusiveGushy; unrestrained, extravagant / excessive in emotional expression • ProlixitySpeech or writing which uses an excess of words; long-windedness • Logorrhea Pathologically excessive (and often incoherent) talking , mental defect • LoquaciousChatty; gabby; full of trivial conversation • WordyUse of more words than necessary • HistrionicDeliberate display of emotion for effect; Excessively dramatic • OrotundPompous; bombastic • PleonasticUse of more words or word-parts than is necessary for clear expression • Palaverous Verbose or wordy • DiffuseEverywhere or throughout everything; not focused or concentrated. • DiscursiveTending to digress from the main point; rambling • DigressiveTending to depart from the main point or cover a wide range of subjects • TalkativeUnwisely talking too much; full of trivial conversation • GarrulousExcessively or tiresomely talkative; Excessively wordy and rambling

  2. Maxims • Silence plays an important part in effective conversation just as it does in music. (Milton Wright) • One always sounds foolish when one has nothing to say.(Voltaire) • A monologue is not a conversation. (Milton Wright)