Noun(1) overabundance of words(2) the manner in which something is expressed in words
(1) After all, the Internet has an infinite capacity to tuck excess verbiage away where no one need be bothered by it.(2) Bring any two lawyers together for an opinion and they'll argue until the cash, space or verbiage runs out.(3) If you're not sure what verbiage to use when personalizing a gift such as toasting flutes, you're not alone.(4) At the time I considered the article a piece of ill-informed verbiage , posing as journalism.(5) We want to hose someone with verbiage until they yell uncle.(6) Jargon was all-pervading, and treated as a substitute for thought - excessive verbiage usually hides a basic lack of real information.(7) Brawarsky's maximalism finally loses its punch in excesses of painterly verbiage .(8) Cutting through all of the government verbiage and jargon, if you will, what is the impact over the next five years?(9) Corruption and tyranny both hide in irrelevant public verbiage .(10) Still, compared to most academic texts, Jones's verbiage is only middling.(11) I fear that in all the disgusting verbiage of this bill, that does not appear anywhere.(12) Smiley says her first letters to the Times were edited heavily, with excess verbiage getting the knife.(13) there is plenty of irrelevant verbiage(14) The rest of it appears to be superfluous verbiage to them.(15) Minus the film interaction, however, the opus suffered from overwrought verbiage and meandering vignettes.(16) Dwarfed by the scope of the bill's radical changes, this bit of verbiage flew under the public's radar screen.
2. diction ::
3. verbalism ::
Different Formsverbiage, verbiages
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