Definition of wordage in English:

wordage

noun

  • See word

    • ‘For the most part, he said, it was the wordage that was worrying people.’
    • ‘O'Dell wrote it in a fund-raising letter so its veracity and exact wordage are not in doubt.’
    • ‘When I get the paper copies of the Sundays I'm tempted to try and calculate the average wordage thrown at the assiduous reader on a typical Sunday.’
    • ‘It's not that I don't have the vocabulary - I'm actually pretty proud of my wordage - but I'm just not adept at using those words effectively.’
    • ‘He was once commissioned to write a history of West Indies cricket, but got so immersed in the research that he overran the wordage by several thousand.’

Pronunciation

wordage

/ˈwəːdɪdʒ/