Here is a writer who began literature with a sense of words, and who is declining into a mere sense of wordiness.
And yet there is no noisiness, no wordiness, about them; nothing like rant or violence.
Verbosity and wordiness denote an excess of words in proportion to the thought.
McGregor was so irritated by what he took to be the wordiness of the man that he could not restrain himself.
Boys dislike fussiness, and wordiness, and beating about the bush.
They have the wordiness of hasty composition, and the discursive rhetoric intended to catch the attention of an indolent audience.
An unnecessary profusion of words is called verbiage: verbosity, wordiness.
His wordiness hurts tender ears when he so often and apparently without any use repeats the same things.
Often simply redundant, used from a mere habit of wordiness.
Sometimes a better name than verbiage for wordiness would be emptiness.