Thesaurus / turgid

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His familiar style was dry and turgid: if the style exhibit the man, how I pity M. de Blacas!

Here they dropped to a walk as they splashed their way through the turgid stream.

In what raptures have I seen an audience, at the furious fustian and turgid rants in Nat.

Their turgid rhetoric and exaggerated pretence did not seem natural to him.

Miss Francis pierced his turgid explanation with a sharp spate of words in what I took to be German.

Its feebleness confirmed his diagnosis; moreover the hand he held was cold and turgid.

In the main path they met the turgid funeral of a Bow Road bookmaker.

Tales of Mean StreetsArthur Morrison

Most of it is turgid, lumpy, fuzzy in texture, squalid in intellect.

PipefulsChristopher Morley

Already his form is often turgid, amenable to no discipline, tends to lead him astray.

Less than three hundred yards away, the Strand was a turgid stream of noises; here was a backwater startlingly quiet.

The Call of the TownJohn Alexander Hammerton

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