Webster 1913 Edition
volubilitas: cf. F.
The quality or state of being voluble (in any of the senses of the adjective).
Webster 1828 Edition
1.The capacity of being rolled; aptness to roll; as the volubility of a bowl.
2.The act of rolling.
By irregular volutibility.
3.Ready motion of the tongue in speaking; fluency of speech.
She ran over the catalogue of diversions with such a volubility of tongue, as drew a gentle reprimand from her father.
4.Mutability; liableness to revolution; as the volubility of human affairs. [Unusual.]