Definitions for wordyˈwɜr di

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

word•yˈwɜr di(adj.)word•i•er, word•i•est.

  1. characterized by or given to the use of too many words.

  2. pertaining to or consisting of words; verbal.

Origin of wordy:

bef. 1100


Princeton's WordNet

  1. long-winded, tedious, verbose, windy, wordy(adj)

    using or containing too many words

    "long-winded (or windy) speakers"; "verbose and ineffective instructional methods"; "newspapers of the day printed long wordy editorials"; "proceedings were delayed by wordy disputes"


  1. wordy(Adjective)

    Using an excessive number of words.

    The story was long and very wordy.

  2. Origin: From woordy, from wordig, equivalent to . Cognate with orðigur.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Wordy

    of or pertaining to words; consisting of words; verbal; as, a wordy war

  2. Wordy

    using many words; verbose; as, a wordy speaker

  3. Wordy

    containing many words; full of words

Anagrams of wordy

  1. rowdy

  2. dowry


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