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Example sentences for turgid
Also, read the turgid in-room diaries of past occupants' amorous adventures.
The canvas was much too broad and turgid, the details too numerous and complex.
Erikson's writing is highly compressed and rather turgid.
The story inclines to be too turgid, eccentric, and overwrought.
But probably no actor could transcend the turgid romantic mush stuffed into the mouths of these three.
Basically by the xylem in woody plants, and by turgid plant cells in non-woody plants.
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