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verbose (adjective), more verbose, most verbose
1. A reference to a person or to something written which uses an excessive number of words, more than is necessary for clarity or precision: The speech Mr. Boredom gave to his business associates was quite repetitious, rambling, long-winded and verbose.

Jack went on and on about every little detail in a verbose way regarding how much he disliked the party he went to.

> 2. Etymology: from Latin verbosus, from verbum, "the word".
Conveying more words than necessary.
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Pertaining to being overly wordy.
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This entry is located in the following units: -ose (page 6) verbo-, verb-, verbi- (page 6)