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wordy

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwordyword‧y /ˈwɜːdi $ ˈwɜːrdi/ adjective  CLEAR/EASY TO UNDERSTANDusing too many words syn verbose a wordy explanationwordiness noun [uncountable]
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wordyThey make writing stale and wordy.Explain the difference between the passive and active voice and wordy and concise word use as objectively as possible.It is far too wordy and vague, but here is my summary, for what it is worth.They tried writing and rewriting, each time coming up with dull and wordy expressions.In this way, one can use a narrative text which would otherwise be too wordy for normal choral usage.Tired Phrases Signs: Clusters of overused and wordy phrases.First, you notice that awkward paragraph, wordy sentence, or jargon each time you write.Her wordy text clearly aims for the sublime, but it ends up collapsing into the ridiculous.
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