Did you mayhaps mean one of these? cadaverous, palaver
“BUT - and here is a big BUT - in the time since you relinquished your Company, have your successors built on the foundations that you laid, or have they reverted to the preferred, palaverous procedures of The Book?”
Army Rumour Service
“W'en freedom come out de niggers sorter got dere humps up, an 'dey staid dat way, twel bimeby dey begun fer ter git hongry, an' den dey begun fer ter drap inter line right smartually; an 'now, "continued the old man, emphatically," dey er des ez palaverous ez dey wuz befo' de war.”
Uncle Remus, His Songs and His Sayings: The Folk-Lore of the Old Plantation. By Joel Chandler Harris. With Illustrations by Frederick S. Church and James H. Moser
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sesquipedalian, perspicacity, fervid, onomatopoeia, eschatology, prognostication, pedagogue, expiation, integrity, metamorphosis, supercilious, xenophilia and 229 more...
rarefy, occlude, bolt, lambaste, career, careen, largesse, enormity, neologism, quizzical, sibyl, euphony and 105 more...
echolalia, indehiscent, lacrimation, librate, syntagmatic, acquiesce, quiddity, accidie, antinomy, cathexis, ersatz, revenant and 93 more...
A roster of adjectives that infrequently surface in typical conversation and writing. Many are dredged from scientific or other technical jargon or sieved from examples of disused archaic forms.
unitegmic, acaulescent, reticuloendothelial, ingressive, uniate, acanthopterygian, ossific, epiphysial, perivisceral, acœlomatous, cestoid, acælomate and 7756 more...
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circumlocutory, diffusive, prolix, lavish, effusive, palaverous, verbose, diffuse, tedious, periphrastic