prolix[ proh-liks, proh-liks ]SEE DEFINITION OF prolix
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PROLIX
Forgive, most kind reader, the prolix fondness with which I linger on this theme.
To those who do not, I have been prolix without being profitable.
From this it will be seen that Sir James was a prolix rather than a clear thinker.
The inscription in which he describes the event is too prolix to be given here.
Be brief in thy discourse, for what is prolix cannot be pleasing.
I am afraid I have been prolix; but my dear Morris, bear that in mind.
He was prolix with his pen, not from affluence, but from paucity of ideas.
This is one reason why he is prolix in the last three volumes.
Though every musical element is telling, the movement is too prolix.
He felt it would be prolix to explain that he was thinking of a directory, and not of stamps.