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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Repeater stations is the coalition's verbage for an FM translator, which simply provides a way for a consumer to listen to programming on the traditional MHz band.
In fact, when I was in the UN they would keep asking me to file note verbales, I said no, I call that notes 'verbage.' Anytime you send a note verbale, and no one responds to it, what does that look like?
He told The FADER that when the funding for the so-called Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program came through in 2013, the verbage was so unclear that another department took it, leaving him standing guard over his post without being relieved of duty for several years.
Shannon explained that in learning to lesson plan, she followed a formula, starting with "this is what we're going to do today" (referring to the advanced organizer), followed by introducing a topic, lecturing, and then incorporating "an exercise or an activity." Finally, she would "wrap things up." For Shannon, understanding the "verbage" or common vocabulary from the course helped her explain her lesson planning procedure and gave her confidence in lesson implementation.
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.
(Tike many modernist works, the Wake is perhaps never so intelligible as when it is self-reflexive.) Any given word of the Wake is, potentially and in fact more often than not, the incarnation (and obliteration) of many others: a glossolalia of "alphybettyformed verbage"--phonemes, portmanteaus, puns and plagiarisms ("The last word in stolentelling" [FW424.35]).
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.