I have written the following appraisal of my own writing:
"It is repetitive in parts and verbose in others."
The description characterises a document I have written comprising a number of arguments.
The verbosity relates to the wordiness of one argument, while the repetitiveness refers to another argument which I drum into the ready with multiple examples where perhaps one would suffice.
From Cambridge Dictionary:
verbose using or containing more words than are necessary: a verbose explanation/report/speech/style
repetitive involving doing or saying the same thing several times, especially in a way that is boring: a repetitive job/task
Should I consider this sentence appropriate as is? I think so, although there is some subtle overlap in meaning.