Sentence Examples


  • His speeches were apt to be prolix, and he defended their prolixity on principle (i.
  • To those who have no patience with the minutiae of legislation, the prolix discussions are as irksome as the arguments appear arbitrary.
  • His controversial writings are vigorous if prolix and his theological essays have little merit.
  • (both contemporary; the latter prolix and tedious); Arrigho, Vita Urbani VII.
  • There is, however, a distinction of type and character between those of the western and southern and those of the eastern states, the former being generally more prolix, more prone to go into details, more apt to contain new experiments in legislation.