long-windedly


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Synonyms for long-windedly

in a verbose manner

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His work pictured here, long-windedly titled Beautiful Big Issue Prize What's Got a Bottom At The Top Chris Callaghan Swirly Pink Painting (With Smoked Fag) was valued earlier this year by auction house Christie's at between pounds 22,000 and pounds 28,0 00.
It's a waste of time long-windedly explaining the basics of interpretation when what is in the notes ought to be quite enough for the players to discover it for themselves.
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