Word of the day: Circumlocutory

//Word of the day: Circumlocutory

Word of the day: Circumlocutory

Definition: Using many words where a few would do.

Circumlocutory and repetitious forms of either communicating or conveying a message—verbal, written or otherwise—cause me to experience a dull pain in my cranium. As the case may be.

(In summary: Argh!)

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Minnie has a Master of Public and International Law degree, and specialises in writing for vulnerable audiences—making complex policy meaningful to those who need it most.

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