Prolix

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Prolix means "Using or containing too many words." In other words, being extremely lengthy, or verbose. It means to use an insane amount of words to explain a word, concept, idea, or other such thing. You normally wouldn't need that many words, but you use more than necessary, hence prolix. If a description of anything, such as a word, contains several sentences merely repeating themselves repetitively and being really redundant, than you can call that description a "prolix description." Like this one for instance.

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BLOXCITY

thanks nerd

Got it

got this to be my username GG

LOL

LOLOLOLOLOLOLOL!!!!!!!!!

yes

Lol

im watching all of you

im watching all of you

Wut?

You'll never catch me!

Hahaha!

Oh I get it lol!

What...

I don't see what you did there.

Heh..

I see what you did there

Neh

U didnt

I mean Frippery

shieza...well this is awkward

ha ha

I Lol'ed! Bravo old chap keep up the Flippery!

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