verbiage


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

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overabundance of words

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the manner in which something is expressed in words

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Who speaks against special interests and who speaks to the interests of the people to have as easy access to the issues I raise as to the mass of verbiage available?
Breaking down Beagle's novel must have been a herculean chore, considering that one of the great strengths of the novel is Beagle's lush voice, and Gillis takes great pains not to transfer long passages of lilting language onto the comics page, where such verbiage would become quickly tiresome.
A toll-free number and the verbiage, "Insurance Fraud Costs Everyone," will appear on each billboard to encourage residents to dial in with tips regarding potential fraud.
Nothing at all has changed in the verbiage of the constitutional right itself.
Are you looking to create clear and concise verbiage that resonates with your clients?
He blamed the fight on "a disagreement over verbiage".
Let's not leave out John's excellent verbiage on the subject, as we all hope he has possibly found a genre that deserves increased attention in the near future.
Sparseness is all in this reworking of a familiar classic, there is much paring away of excess verbiage and all artworks are fully expected to do just that, work!
Los Angeles Times reporter Sandy Banks asked of readers on January 13, "Why do you love your gun?" The URL address for the article contained the following verbiage that illustrates the true intent behind the question, "Are guns evil or is it our trigger-happy culture?" (http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/lanow/2010/01/are-guns-evil-or-is-it-our-trigger-happy-culture.html)
Re: When and how did the verbiage and acronym "point-of-care testing" (POCT) come to replace the more descriptive terms "near-patient testing" or "bedside testing"?
I fear that they will find themselves as baffled as no doubt the Kirklees Planners are by this mass of verbiage - surely Tesco should be required to present their case in a manner which the public is likely to comprehend?
The document has been given to subgroup chairs to try to generate verbiage that would be acceptable to the membership.
By the time you read this, she will have recognized her own political incorrectness and changed the verbiage to "person-caused disasters," or maybe "person-caused occasions of unpleasantness."
Their assessment cuts through the verbiage in college catalogs and shows what really matters: what the students will be expected to learn.
As a retired air traffic controller who always prided himself on sticking to standard phraseology, question one of your September quiz brought back fond(?) memories of control-room verbiage.