love the sound of (one's) own voice

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love the sound of (one's) own voice

To enjoy hearing oneself talk because one is pompous and/or self-centered. Boy, he really loves the sound of his own voice—I didn't think he would ever stop talking! I know you love the sound of your own voice, but can I please say something now?
See also: love, of, own, sound, voice

like, love, etc. the ˌsound of your own ˈvoice

(disapproving) talk too much, usually without listening to others: That man does like the sound of his own voice. We couldn’t stop him talking.
See also: of, own, sound, voice
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JOACHIM LOEW - One thing managers are told by armchair pundits who love the sound of their own voice, or crackle of their keyboard, is that you should never change a winning side, let alone one that's as impressive as Loew's Germany.
Alternatively pass this one over to your male partner as they simply love the sound of their own voice don't they?
Alternatively pass this one over to you male partner as they simply love the sound of their own voice don't they?
He may think some of them love the sound of their own voice, but Roy Keane wants to hear more from referees, reports Stuart Rayner.
Show me a star that doesn't love the sound of their own voice and I'll show you a liar.
Politicians love the sound of their own voices, so when one chooses to shun publicity, one must start to think that they have something to hide - is there something about the Circuit of Wales and the Assembly's financial commitment to it that Ms Hart would prefer the voters and taxpayers of Wales do not find out?
Both are bold, brassy and love the sound of their own voices.
We know they're all run by shouting egomaniacs who hate vegetarians and love the sound of their own voices, so we need no further introduction to the world of Whites.
But what did it say, exactly: ``This tin contains lots of egotistical, dim-witted DJs who love the sound of their own voices far too much to play you any music (if only they could all be like John Peel?).
This is my favourite programme of the week,bar none.The panel,all of whom love the sound of their own voices but loathe each other's opinions and those of anyone else who hoves within earshot, talk over each other and interrupt,barrack,insult or generally try to humiliate their ``witnesses'' in a totally unacceptable manner.
We do a lot of research with our local audience, and what we've discovered is that Brummies really do love the sound of their own voices.