Part of speech: noun


Part of speech: noun


Part of speech: adjective

Ready to communicate; frank.

Part of speech: adverb


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Usage examples "communicative":

  1. Meg boiled the bacon and some potatoes together, and when they were ready, put them on the dirty deal table before Thady; she did not seem much more communicative than her father, but she asked him civilly if he would eat, and evidently knew he was of a higher rank than those with whom she was accustomed to associate, for she went through the ceremony of wiping the top of the table with the tail of her gown. - "The Macdermots of Ballycloran", Anthony Trollope.
  2. They live simple, animal- like lives, holed up in desert caves, and they're rarely communicative in any way. - "Rebels of the Red Planet", Charles Louis Fontenay.
  3. Englishmen of his class and type are rarely talkative, and Sir Thomas's position and occupation had rendered him less communicative than most. - "The Heart of a Woman", Emmuska Orczy, Baroness Orczy.