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Prolix 601 Words You Need to Know to Pass Your Exam

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/ˈprəʊ.lɪks/ (adj)


using more words than needed or too many words in a boring and redundant manner, verbose, wordy, long-winded, redundant, rambling, discursive, windy, tediously lengthy, pleonastic, interminable


Wordy, verbose, prolix, diffuse, redundant can all mean using or marked by the use of more words or vocabulary than are necessary to express the thought.

Prolix implies such attention to minute details as to extend what is written or told beyond due bounds; the term carries a stronger implication of tediousness or wearisomeness than verbose .

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Parts of speech

Adverb: prolixly

Noun: prolixity

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