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Voluble, fluent: “v. and sharp discourse,” Err. II, 1, 92. “so sweet and v. is his discourse,” LLL II, 76.
Applied to persons, == having fluency of speech and a nimble wit: “a most acute juvenal; v. and free of grace,” LLL III, 67 (Armado's speech. Q1 volable). “a knave very v.” Oth. II, 1, 242.
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