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1, For once, his usually verbose wife was content to listen.
2, His writing is difficult and often verbose.
3, Legal writing is often unclear and verbose.
4, He was a notoriously verbose after-dinner speaker.
5, Much academic language is, in practice, obscure and verbose.
6, Parts are too brief or repetitive and verbose.
7, Legal writing is frequently criticised for being unclear, verbose, convoluted and incomprehensible.
8, He had taken it for granted that his verbose and glib explanation of the facts would convince the jury of his innocence.
9, This is a verbose description.
10, He has an inimitably verbose style.
11, She is really a verbose companion.
12, Neither of us was what anyone would call verbose.
13, Your report is too long and verbose.
14, Verily this vichyssoise of verbiage veers most verbose.
15, Hanson : First, your report is too verbose.
16, Verily, this Vichyssoise of Verbiage Veers most Verbose.
17, Displays summary output. By default, the output is VERBOSE.
18, Print verbose messages, not just warnings and errors.
19, There was an error writing the verbose logging property.
20, For example, here's a RE that uses re. VERBOSE ; see how much easier it is to read?
21, Enable verbose garbage collection logging in your JVM,(http://sentencedict.com/verbose.html) which will start logging garbage collection activity.
22, The a "verbose argument allows you to track the information about a specific command that isn't working.
23, Yesterday's communiqu é from Pittsburgh was verbose, and notably short on substance.
24, But around it, the group of men was smartly clad, verbose and seriously agitated.
25, I freed myself from the antiquated strait jacket of his verbose speech patterns.
26, The system is setup by default to boot in Verbose mode.
27, But the profession was notorious for its conservatism and the verbose and esoteric language it used.
28, Apply unconventional conjugations and parasynthesis (use odd tenses and variations). Sometimes a common word can be verbose if an unusual tense is applied.
29, DSLs tend to create more compact code, boiling away needless verbose syntax.
30, The prose of his official communications was so laboured, pompous and verbose.