This tends to prolixity, and I felt that my unfinished piece was particularly faulty in that respect.
It has not the prolixity which is so common a fault of apocalyptic commentators.
On the other hand, the partisans of the Administration find fault with the prolixity of the legislators.
You will pardon an old man's prolixity, in consideration for the motives which prompt it.
Still, we must all admit that the danger is on the side of prolixity.
But it also causes his lack of depth and the prolixity by which he is characterized.
The other two series, that of the ten and that of the eleven moments, are omitted for fear of prolixity.
Now if this prolixity is unnecessary for you, another may need it.
He has been reproached with a prolixity and tediousness, which has naturalised the verb lambiner in the French language.
I am sorry to see you smile—at my prolixity I fear; therefore I will relieve you of it.
late 14c., from Old French prolixité "verbosity" (13c.), from Latin prolixitatem (nominative prolixitas), from prolixus (see prolix).