As the stranger paid for his welcome with a liberal hand, Peter became more than usually communicative.
He was in an unusually communicative mood to-night, and had been superintending the grooming of his horse, and talking to the underling who had waited up to receive him.
After braving in silence the storms of perhaps a dozen or twenty centuries, they seem in this, their last calamity, to become somewhat communicative, making sign of a very unwilling acceptance of their fate, holding themselves well up from the ground on knees and elbows, seemingly ill at ease, and anxious, like stubborn wrestlers, to rise again.
McPherson, singularly communicative to John, detailed his atrocities on the route with savage exultation.
"Dr. McMurtrie," I reminded her, "is never recklessly communicative."
He was readily communicative, and gave what was supposed important information.
As the Inquisitive, in my Opinion, are such merely from a Vacancy in their own Imaginations, there is nothing, methinks, so dangerous as to communicate Secrets to them; for the same Temper of Enquiry makes them as impertinently communicative: But no Man, though he converses with them, need put himself in their Power, for they will be contented with Matters of less Moment as well.
He said that commanders were not generally very communicative to their crews.
His perceptions are literal, tenacious, epileptic--his understanding voracious of facts, and equally communicative of them--and he proceeds to "--------Pour out all as plain As downright Shippen or as old Montaigne"-- without either the virulence of the one or the bonhommie of the other.
The President, an illustrious scholar, historian, and poet, is a delightful old man of the simplest, most unassuming manners, and eagerly communicative on the subjects which have been the study of his life.
She pushed away her plate and became suddenly dourly communicative. "