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fast talker

A person who verbally manipulates others into doing or believing something, especially something that is not in their best interest. I could tell that he was a fast talker just by the way he tried to close the deal so quickly. Used car salesmen have a reputation for being fast talkers. They'll say anything to sell a car.
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a fast ˈtalker

a person who can talk very quickly and easily, but who cannot always be trusted: The salesman was a real fast talker, and somehow managed to convince me to buy the most expensive model!
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When bombs dropped, generally we code talkers couldn't just curl up in a shelter," he recalled.
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Using a military communications code based on the Navajo language, several hundred Navajo tribe members served as code talkers for the United States during World War II.
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In part, this apparent oversight reflects the fact that standard telephone-grade audio speech (with a bandwidth of roughly 3500 Hz) already produces near 100% intelligibility for typical telephone conversations involving a single talker in a quiet listening environment.
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