Etymology
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prolixity (n.)

late 14c., prolixite, of a narrative, book, etc., "lengthiness," from Old French prolixité "verbosity" (13c.) and directly from Late Latin prolixitatem (nominative prolixitas), from Latin prolixus "extended, stretched out" (see prolix).

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Definitions of prolixity

prolixity (n.)
boring verbosity;
Synonyms: prolixness / windiness / long-windedness / wordiness
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