I mean "overwriter" in the best possible sense: The National Magazine Award-winning critic's style is compulsively, exhaustingly
inventive, loaded with Homeric epithets, ellipses, polymathic allusions, improbable similes, imagery so idiosyncratic you may wonder who--other than author--understands what it means, and a habit of pastiche that leads to what may be a newly invented form: prose doggerel.
It is objective, dispassionate and above all, exhaustively and, occasionally exhaustingly
Moreover, Gaukroger's exposition is exceptionally clear, sober and thoughtful, if sometimes exhaustingly
Like bull's-eyes on their backs every night, an exhaustingly
short offseason, and that cursed malady CCH (Cup Celebration Hangover) - things that have prevented repeat champions since the Detroit Red Wings last won back-to-back in 1997 and '98.
The walking pilgrimage was sometimes ecstatically liberating, sometimes exhaustingly
intense but always magic-filled.
He can't decide whether business is exhaustingly
successful or successfully exhausting.
In contrast to the legal status of threats of force generally, the lawfulness of forcible self-defense taken in response to a threat of force has been exhaustively, and exhaustingly
, discussed in the academic literature.
Use of analysis models designed for general application by semanticists are exhaustingly
thorough to the point of accounting for all possible permutations, so tenacious that positive effects would be rendered lifeless.
Margaret heard only the first 30 minutes of the exhaustingly
mundane account of Gerry Mason's white picket fence and how he set this up on the perimeter of his front yard despite an acute attack of lumbago.
And if you don't know who he is by now, I won't spoil the surprise for you because it's one of the few bright spots in one of those exhaustingly
heavy-going episodes EastEnders is so keen on.
This often had nothing to do with the wording or implications of the hadith, but rather with the exhaustingly
technical question of which narration consisted of more respected transmitters or enjoyed more corroboration.
Both these connections can be seen in Perec's Oulipian monument and masterpiece, Life A User's Manual, which is devoid neither of exhaustingly
monotonous list-poems nor of acute microsocial perceptions.