impulsive speech

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Noun[edit]

impulsive speech (usually uncountable, plural impulsive speeches)

  1. Speech that concentrates on the speaker's thoughts and intentions, disregarding an interruption by the listener.
    What you just said clearly indicates impulsive speech, which is not listening to me because you're only thinking of what you want to say next. If you had listened, you would've known to say something other than that.