Based on media reports of gaffes and long-windedness
, I was fearful that Obama had made a mistake, which didn't bode well for the judgment issue.
Bush is annoyed at the long-windedness
of his fellow leaders.
Although some long-windedness
(these awards are presented by critics, after all) and ``thank you'' litanies inevitably occurred, intelligent appreciations and sublime humor dominated the event.
Every time Gray attempts to light the touch paper, the long-windedness
and density of his screenplay extinguishes the flame.
This is not the jaunty Ovid famed for his urbane wit and occasional long-windedness
But the current council, a few members excluded, has set a new standard for long-windedness
, despite Mayor Jim Torrey's often heroic efforts to stem the ever-rising tide of words.
He tries to help, or at least give himself a forum for his own long-windedness
I found the book labored and farfetched and strangely uncharacteristic of Hein in its long-windedness
Manoff, who apparently did not understand this, complained at length about the long-windedness
of symposium participants who introduced their compositions.