verbose[ ver-bohs ]SEE DEFINITION OF verbose
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR VERBOSE
The Spaniards, with their verbose solemnity, particularly bored him.
In style they are verbose and heavy and very frequently polemical.
O'Mally, verbose as ever, did all the talking and vending of news.
So Mrs. Beecot wrote in her verbose style, and with some errors of grammar.
The verbose Marmot, wordless; the listless Slaughter, dominant.
Some are verbose in the extreme, others are terse to barrenness.
The pencil was verbose every time general subjects were broached.
It was an epic in blank verse—dreary, monotonous, and verbose.
These were not statements of knowledge, but verbose confessions of ignorance.
Baha's style is rhetorical, verbose, prolix, but with a certain strength.