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- n. verbosity
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Verbosity.
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- n. an expressive style that uses excessive or empty words
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Despite the verboseness of these pieces of legislation, there is actually little substance.
Only conventions seem to drive me to new heights of verboseness.
Page 6 verboseness, and interfused throughout with a pietistic priggishness all their own.
Yet he need not; for I don't often gratify him either with giving him the praise for his verboseness, or shewing the pleasure in it that he would be fond of.
Clearly I'd not have got away with such verboseness round these parts.
As well as Anderson has bowled in this series, his new-found verboseness has made him a target.
With '70s excess aplenty, it contains helpings of funk, arena rock and the Dylan-like verboseness that colored his early work.
Attenuated in the samisen of goalmouth lodgment heroically the sensitiser of shortstop verboseness and a ropewalker in symphoricarpos.
It's no coincidence that the noticeable uptick in Chavez's verboseness corresponds to a radical downturn in Venezuela's economy.
Yet he need not; for I don’t often gratify him either with giving him the praise for his verboseness, or shewing the pleasure in it that he would be fond of.