Definition of wordily in US English:

wordily

adverb

  • See wordy

    • ‘Tolerance, knowledge, simplicity, and love are wordily and exhaustively extolled and proved to be superior to their opposites - sometimes by Pemberton, other times by Sarah, and sometimes by famous Viennese philosophers.’
    • ‘In a short bit I'll be heading out to a similar format for the wordily titled East Coast North American Single Speed Championship of the Universe.’
    • ‘And the remarkable thing about her wordily expressed attitude to the Church's flawed but essentially positive foray into feminist discourse is that she sees the Vatican's pronouncements as irrelevant anyway.’

Pronunciation

wordily

/ˈwərdəlē//ˈwərdəli/