Adjective "Long-Winded" Definition and Examples


    Adjective:

    Long-Winded


    Definition:

    adjective

    1. talking or writing at tedious length: long-winded after-dinner speakers.

    2. continued to a tedious length in speech or writing: another of his long-winded election speeches.

    3. able to breathe deeply; not tiring easily.

    Origin:
    long-winded

    Examples:

    "places can be long-winded in tongues."

    "people can be long-winded."

    "processes can be long-winded."

    "ways can be long-winded."

    "questions can be long-winded."

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