Prolixity Definition

noun
Any unnecessary or superfluous language or facts in evidence or in pleadings.
Webster's New World Law

Long-windedness, an excess of words.

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Other Word Forms of Prolixity

Noun

Singular:
prolixity
Plural:
prolixities

Origin of Prolixity

  • From Latin prōlixus (“long, extended"); from prolix +"Ž -ity

    From Wiktionary

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