The obscure word of the week is logohorrea

This week’s obscure English word is logohorrea.

This might sound like the outcome of a stomach upset caused by eating too many wood chips, but actually it is from the ancient Greek, meaning a large or excessive flow of words.

Your challenge: write a sentence or two in the comments using this word.

Copyright Β© Matthew Wright 2019

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10 thoughts on “The obscure word of the week is logohorrea

  1. “The three C’s,” he ripped at the pages as his words raged. “The three C’s – concise, clear – what’s the other one? Doesn’t matter – your wordy tome of logohorrea is giving me brain drain! Clean it up before the resub.”
    Well, there goes my attempt at metronomic patterns in subsidisation of diminishing fractals.

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