[ ver-bohs ]
/ vərˈboʊs /
characterized by the use of many or too many words; wordy: a verbose report.
SYNONYMS FOR verbose
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OTHER WORDS FROM verbose
ver·bose·ly, adverbver·bose·ness, nounun·ver·bose, adjectiveun·ver·bose·ly, adverb
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH verboseverbal, verbose
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Example sentences from the Web for verbose
The actor professes to be “quite verbose” and says losing that crutch for the film “opened me up in new ways.”Riz Ahmed knows his worth. With the gut-wrenching ‘Sound of Metal,’ he ensures you do, too.|Sonia Rao|December 3, 2020|Washington Post
Walter verbosely called her attention to the mottoes painted on the wood, the individual table lights in pink shades.The Job|Sinclair Lewis
British Dictionary definitions for verbose
/ (vɜːˈbəʊs) /
using or containing an excess of words, so as to be pedantic or boring; prolix
Derived forms of verboseverbosely, adverbverbosity (vɜːˈbɒsɪtɪ) or verboseness, noun
Word Origin for verbose
C17: from Latin verbōsus from verbum word
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