- Main Entry:
- \prō-ˈliks, ˈprō-(ˌ)\
- Middle English, from Anglo-French & Latin; Anglo-French prolix, from Latin prolixus extended, from pro- forward + liquēre to be fluid — more at liquid
- 15th century
1 : unduly prolonged or drawn out : too long 2 : marked by or using an excess of words
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whenever I see “prolix” I always think of Yossarian.