verbage

verbage

(spelling, jargon)
/ver'b*j/ A deliberate misspelling and mispronunciation of verbiage that assimilates it to the word "garbage". Compare content-free. More pejorative than "verbiage".
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Since then I will still use the TTB website to look up their verbage for specific regulations to then reference those in our standard operating procedures.
The Egyptian superstar is dedicating a new romantic song to the westernmost country in verbage that speaks to their hearts and will perform it at the Moroccan Mawazeen Music festival.
It's the first time we've had verbage like this come out of one of these cases.
68) to punchier verbage, the overall overhaul has been a focus on more intense writing and photography; and running cover shots that wow you.
I want to eat without thinking of 5 a day, I want to go to work without all the interplay, I want to smell the flowers without the verbage in the way, I want to speak without knowing what I say.
We're trying to incorporate language that is both for disaster response and then the verbage that would protect everyday flying for Angel Flight, Mercy Medical, Pilots for Patients--all the everyday charities.
This language, or similar verbage, is found in almost every marital settlement agreement or more recently, the parenting plan.
We've looked at their contracts and it's the same exact verbage that they use.
The creature literally eats its own words, and Wirsum's ingenious sense of play, that blends color, line and verbage, rings true.
Following objections by Western countries the verbage in the draft resolution has been watered down during negotiations between UNSC members from an earlier version this week calling for a decision to defer the ICC prosecution against the Sudanese head of state.