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verbose

Wordy; long-winded. The term is often used as the name of a function that reports more information about an operation. For example, a /v parameter in a command might mean "verbose mode."
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Johnston is a good judge and reads races well, if a little verbosely at times, while it was hardly the greatest shock in the world that betting exchange expert Houghton's contribution became meaningful when he actually secured an internet connection, while Alex Steedman is an excellent commentator who strikes the right balance between telling us too much and too little.
35) Following this clumsy disclaimer, Adams verbosely proceeded to elaborate policy recommendations.
The oral trial was held in open court at Montemorelos and filmed by cameras with lawyers standing up to verbally, if not verbosely, present their case, cross-examine and wind up their closing arguments in front of a judge, but not a jury.
The caption for the photograph reads "Kansas City, 1981" but it could just as accurately, if more verbosely, be called "Neglected American City, Late Twentieth Century.
Officially and verbosely known - believe it or not - as The European Community Directive on the Harmonisation of Certain Aspects of Copyright and Related Rights in the Information Society, the directive came into force in June 2001.
In the Exordium to the Vita, which is written with a self-conscious display of the author's erudition, Ermenrich verbosely castigates pagan Rome and its demonic theatrical traditions and stresses how classical drama had been, during his lifetime, replaced by the more electrifying deeds of God's saints.
Although Himmler's SS enforcer verbosely asserted that he did not know the fate of the Treblinka-bound passengers, the court sefitenced him to fifteen years' imprisonment for having caused the death of 300,000 Jews.