voluble (adjective) 

Voluble (VOL-yuh-buhl) refers to a ready and continuous flow of words; spoken language that is fluent and glib. As used by Derek Walcott: “You would hear people talking in Barbados in the exact melody as a minor character in Shakespeare. Because here you have a thing that was not immured and preserved and mummified, but a voluble language, very active, very swift, very sharp.”