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Verbosity (also called wordiness, prolixity and garrulousness) in language refers to speech or writing which is deemed to use an excess of words. Adjectival forms are verbose, wordy, prolix and garrulous. An example are the expressions "in the vicinity of" (which can be replaced with "near") and "in order to" (which can be replaced with "to").
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از روى پرحرفى
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IN MODO LOQUACE. IN MODO PETULANTE
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[.adv]: از روى پرحرفى
[.adj]: پر حرف
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