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circumlocutious

Definitions

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  • adjective circumlocutional

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  • adjective roundabout and unnecessarily wordy

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Examples

  • I've been reading some Mexican newspapers on line and on paper lately, and I find that their language is a sort of stilted, circumlocutious style.

    Mexican Newspaper Language

  • I've been reading some Mexican newspapers on line and on paper lately, and I find that their language is a sort of stilted, circumlocutious style.

    Mexican Newspaper Language

  • I've been reading some Mexican newspapers on line and on paper lately, and I find that their language is a sort of stilted, circumlocutious style.

    Mexican Newspaper Language

  • I've been reading some Mexican newspapers on line and on paper lately, and I find that their language is a sort of stilted, circumlocutious style.

    Mexican Newspaper Language

  • I've been reading some Mexican newspapers on line and on paper lately, and I find that their language is a sort of stilted, circumlocutious style.

    Mexican Newspaper Language

  • I've been reading some Mexican newspapers on line and on paper lately, and I find that their language is a sort of stilted, circumlocutious style.

    Mexican Newspaper Language

  • I've been reading some Mexican newspapers on line and on paper lately, and I find that their language is a sort of stilted, circumlocutious style.

    Mexican Newspaper Language

  • I've been reading some Mexican newspapers on line and on paper lately, and I find that their language is a sort of stilted, circumlocutious style.

    Mexican Newspaper Language

  • I've been reading some Mexican newspapers on line and on paper lately, and I find that their language is a sort of stilted, circumlocutious style.

    Mexican Newspaper Language

  • I've been reading some Mexican newspapers on line and on paper lately, and I find that their language is a sort of stilted, circumlocutious style.

    Mexican Newspaper Language

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