Definitions for verbosity-ˈbɒs ɪ ti

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  1. verboseness, verbosity(noun)

    an expressive style that uses excessive or empty words

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  1. verbosity(Noun)

    The excess use of words, especially using more than are needed for clarity or precision; long-windedness

  2. Origin: verbose + -ity; confer Late Latin verbositas, from (Classical) Latin verbosus, from verbum "the word"

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  1. Verbosity(noun)

    the quality or state of being verbose; the use of more words than are necessary; prolixity; wordiness; verbiage

  2. Origin: [L. verbositas: cf. F. verbosit.]

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  1. Verbosity

    Verbosity refers to speech or writing which is deemed to use an excess of words. Adjectival forms are verbose, wordy, prolix and garrulous. Examples are the expressions "in the vicinity of" and "in order to". The opposite of verbosity is succinctness that can be found in plain language and laconism.


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