long-winded

[ lawng-win-did, long- ]SEE DEFINITION OF long-winded

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LONG-WINDED

And then came the reason for all these long-winded preliminaries.

You know that no Gorgios are so long-winded on genealogies as old mothers in Rom.

Well, this looks as if it was going to be a long-winded search.

March Marston was always with his mother—deep in his long-winded yarns.

Not that Jerry disliked Mrs. Bullfinch even though she was long-winded.

The colonel is long-winded, but then I expect he's lonesome.

Not to be too long-winded, we carried ridge after ridge of kopje for several miles.

For a letter from you never yet seemed to me either ill-timed or too long-winded.

We knew later that he had been kept by what he called a long-winded client.

On the other hand, Emerson evidently tires of Carlyle's long-winded heroes.

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