The tumid nothingness of pure transcendentalism he has always abhorred.
With all his tumid boasts, he's like the sword-fish, who only wears his weapon in his mouth.
The listener's face was tumid and discoloured, his eyes bloodshot.
A low-spired, globular shell with a large, tumid, smooth body-whorl.
And of some tumid metaphors he says, "All too forced and over-charged."