Writing Tips: Wordiness – A Contest of Clarity against Ambiguity

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Wordiness is using more (ambiguous) words than necessary to convey meaning in writing.

Our emphasis today is on the use of weighty ( or ambiguous) words instead of their simpler synonyms.

Clarity will always win over heavy vocabularies in your reader’s mind, so before you use those words or phrases, always ask yourself, “are there simpler options? ”

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