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verbalist (s) (noun), verbalists (pl)
1. Someone who is experienced and skilled in the use of words, often at the expense of good ideas and reality: James loved to go to dinner parties where he could show off his expertise as a verbalist, and it didn’t matter to him if he had anything worthwhile to say!
2. A person who pays too much attention to mere words rather than concentrate on facts, feelings, and ideas: Becky just ignored the significant topics at hand and talked about nothing, and, as a terrific verbalist, used wonderful and impressive expressions!
3. Etymology: from Latin verbum, "words."
The person who utilizes mere words instead of facts or ideas.
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