Ses! Quip! A-dallian!
And what says thee?
(of a word or words) "long; polysyallabic"
"Pertaining to or given to the use of overly long words"
Personally, I prefer the second definition, (despite the fact that it's logically incorrect to prefer one of two definitions when both meanings are contextually applicable,) because it's verbosity lends itself to it's own definition.