long-winded definition

  • adjective:
    • Wearisomely verbose: a long-winded presenter. See Synonyms at wordy.
    • in a position to preserve respiration power during exertion: a long-winded swimmer.
    • Tediously very long in talking; ingesting enough time; needlessly verbose.
    • Long-breathed; hence, tediously long in talking; ingesting long.
    • using or containing a lot of words.
    • utilizing or containing way too many words
  • others:
    • Long-breathed; making use of much breath by extended address.
    • Tedious from size; of a wearisome or burdensome size: stated of speech or writing.

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