What is the opposite of be quiet?

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Opposite of to talk or chatter at length, typically on trivial subjects
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To make a remark based on one's observation
“Her weary husband had returned from work. "You look exhausted," she would observe.”
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To tell, publish or report on information
“Rose was furious and wanted to share her story with the press.”
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To discuss or have a conversation with another
“Let's go somewhere quiet so we can talk.”
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(talk of or about) To make mention of
“I don't want to talk about how horrible my date was last night.”
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To speak quickly or without thought
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To shout or scream, typically to express negative emotions
“He would cry out in anguish when he realized that he had failed to win the lottery yet again.”
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To read or say aloud something that is written
“Hannah stood before the group to nervously read her poem, not knowing that Ryan the scoundrel would use her words against her.”
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To provide notice of a potential or current danger or risk
“It is my responsibility to alert my clients about the risks involved.”
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To broadcast, or be broadcast, by television
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To make a soft rustling or murmuring sound
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To be in a state of great activity
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To criticize or castigate someone
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To throw or give off (gas, light, etc.)
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Declare officially or publicly to be
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To express verbally
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To state a fact or belief confidently and forcefully
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To indicate or suggest
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To (excessively) boast about one's accomplishments, qualities, or possessions
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To make musical sounds with the voice, especially words with a set tune
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To verbally give an enumerated account of
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To betray someone that has one's trust
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To utter or deliver words in a rhetorical or impassioned way, as if to an audience
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To inform on someone to the police or a person in authority
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To hand over or relinquish possession of
“Jack Walsh had only a few days to deliver the fugitive to the annoying bail bondsman.”
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To talk in a loud, angry and aggressive way
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To feel or express violent uncontrollable anger
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To display or show (something) for others to see
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To speak or write effusively or with exaggerated enthusiasm
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To make a short, sharp, high-pitched sound
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