Synonym: choice of words, diction, phraseology, phrasing, verbalism, wording. Similar words: herbivorous, verbal, proverb, verbatim, coverage, on average, bias, acrophobia. Meaning: ['vɜrbɪɪdʒ /'vɜːb-] n. 1. overabundance of words 2. the manner in which something is expressed in words.
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(1) The speaker lost himself in verbiage.
(2) Stripped of their pretentious verbiage, his statements come dangerously close to inviting racial hatred.
(3) Cut out the excess verbiage.
(4) After the first bout of verbiage I disappeared inside my room and slept for a day.
(5) We are tyrannized by verbiage and have lost our very soul.
(6) Verily this vichyssoise of verbiage veers most verbose.
(7) Verily(sentencedict .com), this Vichyssoise of Verbiage Veers most Verbose.
(8) It is their medium and utilization of complex verbiage creates essential stimulatory excitation for them.
(9) It produced much verbiage about colonialism and neocolonialism, with a heavy emphasis on the Western version.
(10) His report was page after page of empty verbiage, and nobody would like to hear it.
(11) Slough off unimportant verbiage.
(12) The Verbiage of the Post – Dated Check is as per standard issuing Bank's Verbiage.
(13) To sweep away such verbiage should help the victorious prosecution of the War of Resistance.
(14) Because his verbiage is unedited,[sentencedict.com] it is sometimes necessary to read his sentences more than once.
(15) Lots of verbiage about why your run - time bots won't work on the destination server.
(16) Verily, this vichyssoise of verbiage veers most verbose so let me simply add that it's my very good honor to meet you and you may call me V.
(17) His explanation was wrapped up in so much technical verbiage that I simply couldn't understand it.
(18) Comprehension of the modern city's altered state is rarely apparent in much of the verbiage currently expended on urban architecture.
(19) It was also due to a barbaric delight in high-sounding verbiage, and probably this was the most powerful reason for its use.
(20) Dominic has always had a flair for appropriating snippets of verbiage.
(21) Nobody is seriously being invited to stand on top of the mountain of verbiage and get an overview.
(22) MacDonald, had he still been Prime Minister, would have lost the issue in verbiage and drowned himself in self-pity.
(23) Ethiopia rejected the verdict, and has since used diplomatic verbiage to obfuscate and stall.
(24) Only by the economic investigation can the advertising writing not be just empty verbiage.
(25) The first indictment against stereotyped Party writing is that it fills endless pages with empty verbiage.
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