HyperDic: communicatory

English > 1 sense of the word communicatory:
ADJECTIVEallcommunicatory, communicativeable or tending to communicate
English > communicatory: 1 sense > adjective 1
Meaningable or tending to communicate.
NarrowerBantu-speakingable to communicate in Bantu
English-speakingable to communicate in English
Finno-Ugric-speakingable to communicate in a Finno-Ugric language
Flemish-speakingable to communicate in Flemish
French-speakingable to communicate in French
Gaelic-speakingable to communicate in Gaelic
German-speakingable to communicate in German
Icelandic-speakingable to communicate in Icelandic
Italian-speakingable to communicate in Italian
Japanese-speakingable to communicate in Japanese
Kannada-speakingable to communicate in Kannada
Livonian-speakingable to communicate in Livonian
Oscan-speakingable to communicate in Oscan
Russian-speakingable to communicate in Russian
Samoyedic-speakingable to communicate in Samoyedic
Semitic-speakingable to communicate in a Semitic language
Siouan-speakingable to communicate in a Siouan language
Spanish-speakingable to communicate in Spanish
Turkic-speakingable to communicate in Turkic
anecdotic, anecdotal, anecdoticalCharacterized by or given to telling anecdotes
blabbermouthed, leaky, talebearing, tattlingprone to communicate confidential information
chatty, gossipy, newsyprone to friendly informal / informal communication
communicablereadily communicated
communicationalUsed in communication
expansive, talkativefriendly and open and willing / willing to talk / talk
expressiveCharacterized by expression
gesticulatingmaking gestures while speaking
gestural, nonverbalOther than verbal / verbal communication
gestural, sign, signed, sign-languageUsed of the language of the deaf
heraldicindicative of or announcing something to come
narrativeConsisting of or characterized by the telling of a story
nonverbalInvolving little use of language
nonverballacking verbal / verbal skill
openheartedfreely communicative
outspoken, vocalgiven to expressing yourself freely or insistently
verbalCommunicated in the form of words / words
yarn-spinningInclined to tell long and involved stories (often of incredible happenings)
See alsoarticulateExpressing yourself easily or characterized by clear expressive language / language
volublemarked by a ready flow of speech
Oppositeuncommunicative, incommunicativenot inclined to talk / talk / talk or give information or express opinions
Verbscommunicatetransmit thoughts or feelings
communicatetransmit information
communicatebe in verbal / verbal contact

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