logorrhea ˌlȯ-gə-ˈrē-ə , ˌlä- noun
: pathologically excessive (and often incoherent) talking
The word logorrhea has appeared in one article on NYTimes.com in the past year, on Jan. 13 in the Opinion essay “Run, Joe, Run” by David Leonhardt:
Let me repeat: My argument is not that Biden will be the best candidate. I don’t agree with his reported view that he alone among the Democrats can beat Trump. And he has real weaknesses, like the logorrhea that afflicts many longtime senators. I once attended a White House session during which I wasn’t sure if he would ever stop talking. If he runs, I hope he is smart and humble enough to insist on honest criticism from his advisers.