grandiloquent

[ gran-dil-uh-kwuhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF grandiloquent

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GRANDILOQUENT

Why I have known the weather in this grandiloquent condition for a whole day.

"That was quite true, dad," he remarked with a grandiloquent air.

This grandiloquent decree destroyed the effect of the armament.

The tone with which he addressed me was deliberate and grandiloquent.

These grandiloquent harangues of mercy and advice disgust me.

They all have about a dozen names in the grandiloquent style of the Spaniards.

The Cubans have a taste for prodigality in grandiloquent or pretty names.

He entered with a grandiloquent bow and surveyed the place curiously.

I do not think that even at that age I would have been so grandiloquent but for my alarm.

I saw the chance for fun and for putting on their own grandiloquent style.

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