verbosity


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words or the use of words in excess of those needed for clarity or precision

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Though Lil B has moments of great lucidity, verbosity is not his principal attraction.
McDonald, who had been ribbed during the evening for her verbosity, was succinct and gracious in accepting the award, commenting on her love for the industry "Despite frustrations with the industry shoppers, we [in the fragrance industry] have the best gig there is.
The fiddle solo, Mabel Kelly, uncorked a strange bout of verbosity from one audience member.
His students would recall his clear, concise teaching bereft of verbosity making complex concept simple and easy assimiable.
Omirou is an honest and good man who will do a good job as House president, despite his tendency for verbosity, which he illustrated during yesterday's acceptance speech.
much greater than] Views on the Visual Environment: Legendary and longtime LD+A contributor Louis Erhardt was known for his charming verbosity.
Rathore's canvas, meanwhile, is rather sparse and works through allusion and minimalism, rather than verbosity -- indicative of his design work as well.
The short chapters help propel the story forward; however, some parts lose momentum due to verbosity.
In summary, this is well researched and written--except for occasional flights into verbosity and jargon--grounded in archival, popular, and printed sources, as well as numerous secondary works.
I believe a comment on this lack of verbosity from either or both would be welcomed by the electorate.
Designed specifically for the next generation of BlackBerry smart phones with full QWERTY keyboards, Orator offers text-to-speech voice output; auto-start mode, which automatically runs Orator when the device is turned on; control of the speed and pitch of the voice; various verbosity levels to allow users to define the amount of information spoken; "keyboard echo" setting to speak each letter typed on the QWERTY keyboard; training mode; and support for multiple languages.
He is inebriated with the exuberance of his own verbosity.
These results could be interpreted as an agreement with studies about offtopic verbosity that suggest that older adults tend to produce less coherent discourses than younger adults (Arbuckle & Gold, 1993; Arbuckle, Nohara-Le Clair, & Pushkar, 2000; Gold, Andres, Arbuckle, & Schwartzman, 1988; Gold et al.
Stripping Holmes's speech of its Victorian verbosity, what he's saying is that life is much more crazy than fiction.
Verbosity was certainly not one of his characteristics, and wanting this, he might possibly lack the passport to Oriental fame; but if the astronomer-poet of Persia appears as well in his native garb as he appears in English, it was certainly high time that he should be brought out of his obscurity.