English to Igbo Meaning of prolix - prolix

Prolix :

na-agwụ ike, manụ, mgbagwoju anya, ọgwụ ọchụ, ike agwụ, full of ọhụrụ epupụta, zuru ezu

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Definitions of prolix in English
Adjective(1) tediously prolonged or tending to speak or write at great length
Examples of prolix in English
(1) There is no doubt that the book is an interesting and instructive roundup of the problems that beset human societies, but it doesn't probe deeply enough, and in addition it is rather prolix .(2) While JB's letter was heated and bare-knuckled, it landed many accurate punches, while your prolix retort was sadly disappointing.(3) While much about that prolix and sloppily drafted document is unclear it would certainly constitute a further step towards the creation of a European federation.(4) Wellford's first handbill, too prolix to be squeezed into a newspaper advertisement, appeared in 1801.(5) The new work is far more prolix , diffuse, and ultimately self-indulgent.(6) First, he indicated, and I now readily understand why, that the case put before him appeared to be ÔÇÿunduly prolix and the documents unnecessarily voluminousÔÇÖ.(7) In the end, prolix though he may be, he convinces you that he is indeed one of the greatest living explorers of the inner self, and of the destinies that fiction offers.(8) In sharp contrast to the autobiography, it tends to be prolix and muddled with excessive detail, and it often reads like a jumbled mix of fantastic stories.(9) A punctilious listing of every detail produces prose that is prolix .(10) His prolix , impassioned essay argued that Catholicism was one of Italy's contributions to European civilization and that Italy would contribute yet more once renewed in a federation led by a liberal papacy.(11) The authors make a compelling case that the billable hours it takes American lawyers to write up prolix contracts often cost Americans more in fees than it would cost to go to court to resolve an ambiguity.(12) She never particularly cared for them, finding the first too rigid and artificial, the second too prolix and maudlin.(13) His argument is rather prolix - more so than my quotation shows.(14) They tend to be prolix and very difficult to understand.(15) In any ease, my colleagues writing in the same field, whether terse or prolix , are incredibly difficult.(16) We both view computers with ambivalence (too easy to become prolix but a blessing when fixing bad paragraphs) and read too fast.
Related Phrases of prolix
(1) prolix ::
(2) pro ::
1. long-winded ::
2. verbose ::
3. wordy ::
5. discursive ::
7. long-drawn-out ::
ogologo-mmasị na-
8. overlong ::
9. lengthy ::
11. interminable ::
12. windy ::
ikuku na-eku
1. compact ::
2. concise ::
3. crisp ::
4. succinct ::
5. terse ::
kwesịrị ekwesị
Different Forms
prolix, prolixly
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