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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishverbiagever‧bi‧age /ˈvɜːbi-ɪdʒ $ ˈvɜːr-/ noun [uncountable] formal  speech or writing that has many unnecessary words in it meaningless verbiage
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verbiageCut out the excess verbiage.MacDonald, had he still been Prime Minister, would have lost the issue in verbiage and drowned himself in self-pity.After the first bout of verbiage I disappeared inside my room and slept for a day.Nobody is seriously being invited to stand on top of the mountain of verbiage and get an overview.Dominic has always had a flair for appropriating snippets of verbiage.Comprehension of the modern city's altered state is rarely apparent in much of the verbiage currently expended on urban architecture.
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