Verbiage is an excess of words to express what is meant.(noun)
An example of verbiage is the language Shakespeare used in his written work.
See verbiage in Webster's New World College Dictionary
Origin: Fr < OFr verbier, to speak, chatter < verbe: see verb
See verbiage in American Heritage Dictionary 4
Origin: , from Old French verbier, to chatter
Origin: , from verbe, word
Origin: , from Latin verbum; see verb.
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