lawyerly



adverb — behaving in a manner that results in long-winded, self-aggrandizing and often esoteric explanations that communicate little or no decisive legal advice on which to act.
i asked my lawyer a simple question to which he didn’t know the answer, so instead of some straightforward advice, he got all lawyerly on me.

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