Dr. Prolix spread her hand on her desk.
Dr. Prolix was silent for a moment, and I dared to relax a little.
The manual was so prolix that I still haven't understood how it works.
But Tudor didn't stop with prolix apologies.
In fact, false thinking and false science have never been so prolix and so omnipresent.
Twenty-four-year-old Hodan Mohamed is proud and prolix when she talks about the Balbala 2 nutrition centre, located in a slum suburb of Djiboutiâ s capital city.
In the circuitous and prolix drafting of paragraph 2, which overshadows the basic point in paragraph 1.
tediously prolonged or tending to speak or write at great length: voluble, tedious, pleonastic, verbose, verbal, tautological, wordy, wordiness, redundant, prolixness, windy, windiness, long-winded, prolixity, long-windedness, diffuse, tautologic