The wordy silence troubled her.
It was a wordy, disconnected, frantic letter, a drunken letter, in fact.
Wordy proclamations will not produce the changes we now need.
Nor does it seem to me that the admittedly numerous and wordy amendments can restore its original force and substance.
Too many conditions that are too wordy once again make matters much more difficult, both for our towns and municipalities and for our SMEs.
This sentence is a little too lengthy[wordy].
However, I would like to see the wordy commitment reflected more concretely in the actual policies of the European Union and its Member States towards third countries.
I consider it wordy and poorly thought out.
Mr. Castello recalled that, in the Working Group discussion, it had been recognized that paragraph 4 was very wordy and the possibility of cutting it down or removing it altogether had indeed been considered.
More important than any wordy resolution is the political will needed at this stage to bring an end to conflict.
using or containing too many words: tedious, verbose, long-winded, windy, prolix