verbosely


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ver·bose

 (vər-bōs′)
adj.
Using or containing a great and usually an excessive number of words; wordy. See Synonyms at wordy.

[Middle English *verbous, from Latin verbōsus, from verbum, word; see verb.]

ver·bose′ly adv.
ver·bose′ness, ver·bos′i·ty (-bŏs′ĭ-tē) n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.verbosely - in a verbose mannerverbosely - in a verbose manner; "she explained her ideas verbosely"
Translations

verbosely

[vɜːˈbəʊslɪ] ADVcon verbosidad, prolijamente

verbosely

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verbosely

[vɜːˈbəʊslɪ] advverbosamente
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You talk verbosely in antiquated terminology of your love of liberty, and all the while you wear the scarlet livery of the Iron Heel."
To the end of the novel, he sentimentally, verbosely continues to offer her love and shelter.
This is tortuous, periphrastic, laboured: verbosely inarticulate.
The mayor frequently put proposals voted down before back on the agenda and, tried to win over the council by speaking verbosely about topics under discussion.
Originally a 1980 film musical directed by Alan Parker, later a TV series and now a stage musical verbosely repackaged as Fame 2000 Tour The Musical, this one continues to run and run.
Brevity, he explains, "reduces the risk that your writing will confuse or irk readers," (3) especially given that "empirical studies show that writing verbosely makes writers sound dumber, not smarter." (4) He even suggests that struggling writers consider imposing on themselves a strict twenty-five-word limit.
It passed the verbosely named "Gramm-Rudman-Hollings Balance Budget and Emergency Deficit Control Act of 1985," followed by the "Balance Budget and Emergency Deficit Control Reaffirmation Act of 1987." As already noted, those long-abandoned laws never succeeded in getting annual federal deficits below $100 billion.
And yet, on another level, he responds as verbosely as Marcus, stating the obvious and emphasizing how her suffering has heightened his own grief.
"Rob: 'Why have you always called yourself a Yankee fan?' Bucky: 'I've never found anything else that bugs you so much with so little effort.'" A treasury of wacky animal hijinks and verbosely sardonic humor, Clean Up on Aisle Stupid is highly recommended.
Her tone is moderate, even at times a little verbosely bland; but her case is solid.