to judge from the periodicals. They continued publishing war-stories so as to keep enthusiasm at fever-heat, but nothing definite. The Government, too, was issuing communications of vague and rhetorical verbosity.
Passons, as papa says, and, in parenthesis, don't be vexed with my verbosity.
I notice that you use plain, simple language, short words and brief sentences. That is the way to write English ― it is the modern way and the best way. Stick to it; don't let fluff and flowers and verbosity creep in.
He was a very kind man, but his verbosity was exasperating.
Chávez is riding a wave of high oil prices and is determined, with torrential verbosity, to exercise some sort of continental demagogic leadership.
Note: For verbosity, the long names for the various flags were given.
You need to bump Asterisk verbosity level to 3 to see the numbers.
- debuglevel=verblevel: Controls the level of verbosity for information provided by genkernel.
First of all they declared a satiety romantic music, in which them "BºCЋCЉC€PЃCC... =" verbosity and excessive frankness of emotional statements.
I am reminded of the job applicant, who, lacking the necessary accomplishments to really distinguish himself, resorts to puffery and padding of his résumé to dazzle with verbosity and mind-numbing assemblages of data that are devoid of context.
an expressive style that uses excessive or empty words: style, repetitiveness, ambage, expressive style, verbalism, repetitiousness, circumlocution, wordiness, prolixness, periphrasis, verboseness, verbiage, windiness, prolixity, long-windedness, pleonasm