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noun as in repetition, wordiness

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See how others who are passionate about a topic are talking about it and see how you can incorporate that verbiage into your posts.

In this verbiage, this denotes anything shy of a commercial vehicle.

He had played quarterback at Stanford and knew the verbiage of the West Coast offense.

Going through the verbiage you will find that they place authority on the authors of content being mentioned in news articles and publications.

That has explanations back to the verbiage in the United States in the 1960s, ’70s, and ’80s actually.

While the answer contained additional verbiage, it maintains the same low level of intellectual content.

Political correctness was not part of her vocabulary, but anti-Semitic verbiage was.

But the flood of Joan Rivers-style verbiage about her day-to-day wardrobe has overwhelmed those nuanced conversations.

With a Romney-tilting audience, the nervous verbiage sounded even worse than it was.

Such verbiage and dithering in the face of market mayhem helped Europe get into its mess in the first place.

Jimmy was commissioned to anglicize a proper proposal and André spent hours in repeating the verbiage as taught.

What a collection of hopeless babblers, what a lot of superfluous verbiage, what an amount of wasted breath!'

The chapters are well condensed, nowhere burdened with verbiage, yet sufficiently full to serve the purpose in view.

I do not see how there can be a doubt; and yet, as I have said, it seems to me that a great deal of it is unnecessary verbiage.

"The intention is a commendable one, though expressed with unnecessary verbiage," replied Ning.


On this page you'll find 27 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to verbiage, such as: circumlocution, expansiveness, floridity, long-windedness, loquacity, and periphrasis.

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