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Word: verbiage

Definition: pompous array of words; too many unnecessary words; wordiness


Sentences Containing 'verbiage'

Once the verbiage is pared away it is obvious that this Court today adopts the views of the District Court "that to cut off a welfare recipient in the face of...
Then the love-thoughts of the heart clothed themselves simply and naturally as the heart conceived them, nor sought to commend themselves by forced and rambling verbiage.
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