"Aha!" thought I, without expressing myself aloud -- "this is quite a remarkable silence on the part of Toby Dammit, and is no doubt a consequence of his verbosity
upon a previous occasion.
Clacton's statement with a curious division of judgment, noting its weak and pompous verbosity
on the one hand, and, at the same time, feeling that faith, faith in an illusion, perhaps, but, at any rate, faith in something, was of all gifts the most to be envied.
It rambled with a kind of amiable verbosity
from one heading to another, suggesting that all human beings are very much the same under their skins, illustrating this by the resemblance of the games which little Spanish boys play to the games little boys in London streets play, observing that very small things do influence people, particularly natives; in fact, a very dear friend of Mr.
We examine the relationship between social trust and constitutions in two ways: first, in verbosity
or length, and second, in endurance--the amount of time between the adoption of new constitutions.
On the one hand, it is an endless game of verbosity
and empty rhetoric and, on the other, people continue to suffer is increasing.
People are fed up with their verbosity
about their own honesty, their opponents' corruption, and the self-proclaimed mastery they claim to have on peoples' issues.
The man known for his recklessness and verbosity
seems to have reverted to his old type.
You won't write a readable article if you can't focus, because chaos and verbosity
will be reflected in your writing.
With a real gift in verbosity
and propensity for vocabulary, Mr Hinga, who has been on TV stations recently, has had a display of high-sounding phraseology about the Housing Tax and the affordable homes agenda, all promulgated with an air of profound wisdom and calm prophetic assurance a meticulously-woven array of words to astound and wow the viewer.
I'd say this guy is intoxicated by his own verbosity
Standing alongside Diane Keaton, the Hollywood legend saw the funny side as Pitt replied: "We actors suffer from verbosity
In a statement issued on Tuesday, Barrister Murtaza Wahab said that Shaikh Rasheed was incapable to run Railways ministry and instead he was relying on verbosity
just to entertain his audience.