Definition of long-windedness in English:

long-windedness

noun

  • See long-winded

    • ‘Then the long-windedness gets boring without vocals to guide it.’
    • ‘I hasten to add, however, that this approach is preferable to the long-windedness exhibited by too many big budget productions.’
    • ‘There are short, clean-cut, crisp sentences with none of the wordy, long-windedness of one who has spent long years on the Bench.’
    • ‘The sergeant's mouth twitched and I knew he was trying not to laugh at my long-windedness.’
    • ‘Election Night coverage on TV tends to become a marathon of long-windedness.’

Pronunciation

long-windedness

/ˌlɒŋˈwɪndɪdnəs/