AP English Vocab Quiz 2 - Laconic(adj My cousin laconically answered my 150-character text with two words Stand up comics have to be laconic because

AP English Vocab Quiz 2 - Laconic(adj My cousin laconically...

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Laconic (adj.): My cousin laconically answered my 150-character text with two words. Stand up comics have to be laconic, because audiences will quickly lose interest in what they're saying if they start to ramble. She is known for her laconic, absurdist poems, which are like quick bursts of energy trapped on a page. Casual acquaintances always thought my father was laconic, but the truth was that he just had a very, very limited vocabulary. The speech was laconic, but still very effective. Garrulous (adj.): Some seemingly laconic teachers at Campbell Hall make garrulous announcements in chapel, which usually last for several minutes after the bell rings. The entire Senate fell into a deep slumber as the Senator from Idaho continued his unrelenting, garrulous diatribe on the evils of cow tipping. The garrulous woman called me a cheauvinist proponent of a patriarchal society, but I thought it would have had more force just to call me a dick. There is a certain someone that whenever I am in their company their garrulous manner makes me wish I had duck tape to apply to the hole that the words are coming forthwith. Insipid (adj.): The insipid speaker was so boring that I immediately fell asleep as he started his speech. An apple pie with a mushy, insipid filling strongly resembled soggy cardboard.

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