VOL'UBLE, a. [L. volubilis.]

1. Formed so as to roll with ease, or to be easily set in motion; apt to roll; as voluble particles of matter.

2. Rolling; having quick motion.

This less voluble earth.

3. Nimble; active; moving with ease and smoothness in uttering words; fluent; as a flippant, voluble tongue.

4. Fluent; flowing with ease and smoothness; as a voluble speech.

5. Having fluency of speech.

Cassio, a knave very voluble.