Meaning of wordily in English:

wordily

adverb

See wordy

  • ‘And the remarkable thing about her wordily expressed attitude to the Church's flawed but essentially positive foray into feminist discourse is that she sees the Vatican's pronouncements as irrelevant anyway.’
  • ‘Tolerance, knowledge, simplicity, and love are wordily and exhaustively extolled and proved to be superior to their opposites - sometimes by Pemberton, other times by Sarah, and sometimes by famous Viennese philosophers.’
  • ‘In a short bit I'll be heading out to a similar format for the wordily titled East Coast North American Single Speed Championship of the Universe.’

Pronunciation

wordily

/ˈwəːdɪli/