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Meaning of 洋洋洒洒

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yáng yáng (Trad.: 洋洋灑灑)
voluminous; flowing (of speeches, articles etc) (idiom)
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Antonyms: 味同嚼蜡
Example Sentences
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She saw Matthew' s experience in a far different light, as her spokeswoman, Jenny Sedlis, explained in two voluminous e-mails totaling 5, 701 words.
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My response, which filled three double-sided pages, was an extravagant paean to her calm beauty, the sweetness of her eyes, the perfection of her figure, etc.
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His view of Big Style is that it is something of an archaic way of imposing form onto the little ways our natural methods of communication are easily received, processed and understood intuitively.
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If the complex argument of this book had to be reduced to a single sentence, that would be it.
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When I was walking on the street, some scarves started dancing along with the gentle breeze.