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Evolve
to develop or work out
Soliloquy
speech revealing your inner thoughts (sppech done for yourself)
Garrulous
gabbing ceaselessly and with little meaning
Taciturn
unwilling to engage in conversation
Garrio
to chatter
Volvo,Volutes
to roll
Avunculus
uncle
Opero
to work
Somnolent
drowsy, sleepy
Con- Col- Com- Cor-
with;together
Loquacious
excessive talking
Soporific
Inducing sleep
Ventriloquism
to turn in speech
Venter,ventris
belly
Circumlocution
round about speech
Taceo
to be silent
Preamble
a preliminary statement, esp to a formal document, explaining its purpose
Auris
ear
Laconic
using few words packed with meaning
Magnum
big
Verbum
word
Eloquent
forceful,persuasive speech
Colloquial
informal speech
Laconia
sparta
Banal
talking in hackneyed phraseology
Inarticulate
Sputtering unintelligibly
Somnus
sleep
Opus
work
Voluble
talking rapidly and fluently
Solus
alone
e-
out
Reticent
inclined to keep one's personal affairs to oneself
Verbose
wordy
Loquor
speak
Vociferous
noisy, loud
Verbiage
too many words
Vox, Vocis
voice
Tacit
not spoken
-fy
cause to become; make
Animas
Mind
Cogent
forceful and convincing
Avuncular
of or like an uncle
Magnum Opus
The greatest single work of an artist, writer, or composer
Re-
again