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Monday word: prolix

prolix (prō-lĭks′, prō′lĭks′), adj.
1. tediously prolonged; wordy
2. long-winded; tending to speak or write at excessive length

Etymology:  from Latin prolixus, extended, long
Tags: adjective, latin, p, wordsmith: ersatz_read
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