How to use "verbose" in sentences with meaning in English and Hindi

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Example sentences for "verbose" in popular movie and book plots

  • In the parking lot, Andy has not shown up for the duel, instead leaving a deliberately verbose note hanging in the bushes saying he has given up.  - The Duel (The Office)
  • The strike is settled, and the boys go home where Kyle gives an extremely verbose speech about the current feasibility of generating revenue on the Internet.  - Canada on Strike
  • Virginia left England as a timid and shy seven-year-old and has returned as an energetic and verbose 12-year-old.  - Back Home (novel)
  • It all culminates in an act of madness as he breaks into Baron's apartment with a gun, threatening to kill him, but the verbose actor talks him out of it using a combination of pointed eloquence and dramatic flair.  - Bolji život
  • Sir Humphrey records his radio programme, but is sufficiently verbose that the interviewer, Ludovic Kennedy, cannot obtain any precise answers.  - The Tangled Web
  • While Cogsworth (David Ogden Stiers) escorts Belle to the dining room, they come across the castle's well-meaning but rather verbose scribe, Webster (Jim Cummings), turned into a dictionary, whom Belle invites to join them in the dining room (to Cogsworth's dismay).  - Belle's Magical World
  • In a precursor to a similar speech in Notes from Underground, the narrator gives a verbose speech about his longing for companionship leading Nastenka to comment, ".  - White Nights (short story)
  • A constant and verbose off-narrator guides the viewer through the life of a tomato.  - Isle of Flowers
  • Led by the verbose Baron Vladimir, House Hardchargin, the Great Big House given charge of Arruckus, has been displaced by Shaddap IV, the Padedbrah Emperor, in favor of the up-and-coming House Agamemnides, with Duke Lotto at its head.  - National Lampoon's Doon
  • The essay is a series of verbose psychological observations on the subject of his own approaching death, written in a defiant, self-conscious style, and culminating in the announcement that, rather than go on living for a few more weeks, he will be shooting himself at sunrise.  - The Idiot

Example sentences for "verbose" in interesting articles

  • This is why you might notice lag in your typing.To see what your OpenSSH client is doing, use -v to enable verbose debugging output.  - Why aren’t we using SSH for everything?
  • A more verbose comparison of central system properties is presented in the large comparison Table 2 at the end of this article.The methodology used to identify the specific system properties consists of an in-depth analysis of publicly available documentation and literature on the systems.  - NoSQL Databases: A Survey and Decision Guidance
  • So why doesn’t everybody write their cool apps in C? Seriously, I want to tweet from my toaster!You’ll discover that C is a simple but verbose language.  - Learn C
  • This is why you might notice lag in your typing.To see what your OpenSSH client is doing, use -v to enable verbose debugging output.  - Why aren’t we using SSH for everything?
  • Kinesis would be more ideal here, however CloudWatchLogs handles cases such as uncaught exceptions or panics which manual Kinesis logging would be less ideal for.To get the log output of a single invocation, you can just pass the -v verbose flag to `apex invoke` (the name of this flag may change):Runtimes and Golang supportApex supports multiple runtimes, currently Node.js, Python, and Golang.  - Introducing Apex – Serverless Architecture with AWS Lambda
  • It can be solved with closures like .map(|x| x) (or its cousin .map(|ref x| x.clone())), but that just feels silly and unnecessary.^ Update: I was missing something.Likewise, it seems like Vec> -> Vec, removing all the None elements, would be a common task, but as far as I can tell, it still requires a verbose iter/filter/map/collect chain.^ Update: You can filter and map with a single call.One other thing I missed is that there is no equivalent of Python’s int.bit_length().  - My experience rewriting Enjarify in Rust
  • This is why you might notice lag in your typing.To see what your OpenSSH client is doing, use -v to enable verbose debugging output.  - Why aren’t we using SSH for everything? (2015)
  • These representations are typically very verbose and as such, are not particularly quick to scan through.An example from sample output for the above email example.The real power of the visual syntax comes to life with the suggested UI.  - Regular expressions you can read: a visual syntax and UI
  • Java was still annoyingly verbose and painful to write.Now there is Kotlin, and with it the last traditional pain associated with the Java ecosystem is gone.  - Why Kotlin is my next programming language (2015)
  • Great! It’s very verbose and duplicates names a lot and the definition of the display name is comparatively far away from the type definition but that’s an ok tradeoff for being 100% sure you’ve covered all cases.Now the internal id.  - A small dive into, and rejection of, Elm
  • No fluff or the ideas-free verbose circularity of social science papers.  - Surgeons Should Not Look Like Surgeons
  • Society doesn’t evolve by consensus, voting, majority, committees, verbose meeting, academic conferences, and polling; only a few people suffice to disproportionately move the needle.  - The Most Intolerant Wins: The Dictatorship of the Small Minority

Meaning of "verbose" in English

  • using or containing too many words
    - verbose and ineffective instructional methods
    - newspapers of the day printed long wordy editorials
    - proceedings were delayed by wordy disputes

Meaning of "verbose" in Hindi

  • शब्दाडंबरपूर्ण ( Shabdadanbarapurn, shabdaadanbarapoorn)
  • शब्दबहुल
  • शब्दजाल-पूर्ण
  • शब्दातिरेक-पूर्ण
  • वाचाल

Synonyms of "verbose"

  • windy
  • tedious
  • long winded
  • wordy

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