Mr. Losberne, who appeared desirous of gaining time, recounted them at great length, and with much circumlocution.
Although I do not mean to assert that it is usually the practice of renowned and learned sages, to shorten the road to any great conclusion (their course indeed being rather to lengthen the distance, by various circumlocutions and discursive staggerings, like unto those in which drunken men under the pressure of a too mighty flow of ideas, are prone to indulge); still, I do mean to say, and do say distinctly, that it is the invariable practice of many mighty philosophers, in carrying…
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She isn’t known for circumlocution or subtlety.
...for I have now told you everything without an attempt at circumlocution or concealment.
Doyle, Sir Arthur Conan -- The Return of Sherlock Holmes