The adjective verbose means using or expressing things in more words than necessary.

Synonyms are garrulous, circuitous, wordy, or diffuse.

The word origins from Latin verbosus meaning “full of words, wordy” and verbum meaning “word”. Its first recorded use was in circa 1531.

She tends to express her feelings in a verbose way.

Carl is often teased by his co-workers because of his verbose comments.

The last thing the professor wanted was to read verbose essays. He warned his students that they should be concise and direct to the point as possible.