And compared with his recent speeches, it wasn't entirely a humdinger of verbiage.
Political correctness was not part of her vocabulary, but anti-Semitic verbiage was.
If Congress were paid by the word or the page, this verbiage might be understandable.
But the flood of Joan Rivers-style verbiage about her day-to-day wardrobe has overwhelmed those nuanced conversations.
Occasionally, a memorable phrase floats up from the rivers of verbiage.
"Do get to the facts, confound it," Captain Hardeur said, who was growing tired of all this verbiage.
Nowhere in all the verbiage does it say how big they have to be to be counted as people.
It was not much to do, except for a certain 17th Century verbiage and grisly humor.
They think that vain old cataract of verbiage to be infallible.
All this was verbiage; M. Hebrard was evidently only trying some method of putting his real thoughts into words.
When the context involves a software or hardware system, this refers to documentation. This term borrows the connotations of mainstream "verbiage" to suggest that the documentation is of marginal utility and that the motives behind its production have little to do with the ostensible subject.