Relating to or consisting of words; verbal.(adjective)
Tending to use, using, or expressed in more words than are necessary to convey meaning.(adjective)
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Use "wordy" in a sentence
"Last month, Arizona for Responsible Lenders filed a lawsuit in Maricopa County Superior Court asking Secretary of State Jan Brewer to clarify what it called wordy language in multi-pronged proposition."
"Still, between the baby-language of the modern media and the blistering, elementary severity and clarity of Beckett, there does lie a place where being wordy is surely just about ok."
"I really like "no rest for the wordy", is it yours or a commonly used?"