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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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class="twitter-tweet" .1841359773371 I accepted China's Terms of Reference on the perfect MOU on Oil and Gas as more faithful to it than the suspiciously PH verbose version that I rejected.
The usually verbose Mr Jones clammed up in the House today as Mr Seymour asked that he reveal the details of the government loan.
The Financial Tribune said that, unlike contemporary scribes who are verbose and formal, Nasser al-Din Shah used simple and frank language in his writing.
The dialogue is often needlessly verbose and philosophical - his leads are 17 - but given the context, it works more often than not.
The dialogue is often needlessly verbose and philosophical - his leads are 17 - but, given the context, it works more often than not.
The governing political party tends to emulate its verbose leader in its public statements and it would be prudent to engage in a little precautionary fact checking before exercising the vocal chords.
Panganiban was making suggestions to reduce the never-ending and ever-increasing backlog in the Supreme Court which is fond of churning out verbose and long-winded decisions that take eons to make and promulgate.
Maisel begins with the fact that the show is the brainchild of the incomparable Amy Sherman-Palladino, whose signature hit Gilmore Girls possesses complicated, deeply human, and tremendously lovable female characters along with dense and inventive dialogue that both verbose viewers and actors love alike.
But unlike Taylor-Klaus's revelation, Jauregui's was a little more verbose. The singer posted a letter on Billboard.com lambasting Trump supporters, calling them racist, sexist, xenophobic and hypocritical--and those are among the nicer things she said.
Mosier strikes the perfect key, never straying into territory too verbose or too spare, but finding the right balance between the two.
Verbiage voided, vivified, verbose Vicugna vicuna voraciously voyages vast versant valleys.
The writing can be verbose at times, foreshadowing is often too obvious, and there are some continuity errors, such as a woman described as middle-aged on one page turning into an "old woman" for the rest of the scene.