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using or containing an excessive number of words

Synonyms for verbose

using or containing too many words

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Moreover, being forced to wade through redundant, verbose and incomplete community content that no one stands behind doesn't cut it either.
where the drenched red-carpet procession washout was followed by two long hours of verbose host Stephen Fry crawling on an epic scale.
Hypnotic and bewildering by turn, Shrines is packed with enjoyably verbose verses, dreamy synths and skittering, hip-hop-influenced percussion, but more often than not struggles to match up with Corin Roddick and Megan James's earlier releases.
of stakes-performing mares covered in first season 3 By top-class sire Dansili, out of the Listed-placed Storm Bird mare Verbose, who is a half-sister to three winners, including the French Listed winner Acrobatic.
Ok, Scott was verbose, but popular enough in his day - a legend in his own lifetime if not our own.
Rather than the verbose vernacular then used to write novels, he used the concise literary language of poetry, essays, and official histories.
Since My Grandpa's War is relatively verbose and deals with mature issues such as war and death, it is best shared between parents and children.
Does no one recognise the verbose outpourings of a practised wordsmith who if he doesn't get a response to one of his many missives, simply drafts one to himself?
But it does come as a stark contrast to a few years ago when, during the golden days of the banking sector, Eye used to enjoy performing a totally unscientific study of searching for the words "manufacturing" and "engineering" during Chancellor Gordon Brown's verbose delivery of the Budget.
The normally verbose leader has not been seen in public since a June 10 operation in Cuba to treat pelvic swelling.
Indeed, what the huge Dylan industry reveals is that ignorance, particularly intellectual ignorance, is generally verbose, while knowledge is succinct.
But he was a te rrible First Minister and his much vaunted report on Scottish football was verbose, impenetrable gobblede gook and is, in any case, lost in the long grass.
At times verbose, the text provides useful and interesting insights into another country and the Muslim lifestyle but often to the detriment of the storyline which touches on terrorism, suicide bombers and potential espionage.
To the Editor: Boyce Mkhize's rather verbose attempt (1) to refute Professor Van Niekerk's editorial (2) seems a classic case of the lady protesting too much.
I get a little tired of the paragraphs of tiny type on a lot of these labels, and these are very clean and simple and understated, kind of revolutionary for the craft business, some of these verbose craft brewers should take note.