Pro*lix"i*ty (?), n. [L. prolixitas: cf. F. prolixit'e.]

The quality or state of being prolix; great length; minute detail; as, prolixity in discourses and writings.

"For fulsomeness of his prolixitee."

Chaucer.

Idly running on with vain prolixity. Drayton.

 

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