grandiose[ gran-dee-ohs ]SEE DEFINITION OF grandiose
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GRANDIOSE
But the speech was sufficiently emphatic, and its words were grandiose and even florid.
Tomas Castro dropped his ragged cloak with a grandiose gesture.
His grandfather a painter of the grandiose or Michael Angelo school.
It was a supreme opportunity for being able to display his grandiose achievements.
Berlioz was above all the composer of the grandiose, the magnificent.
Everything revealed a luxury thought-out, settled, grandiose, and assured.
And about this time, he began working on a grandiose and picturesque enterprise.
Behind all his activities in the Bad Lands loomed a grandiose purpose.
It was not much of a hall, in the grandiose sense of the word.
He talked in a grandiose style of the duties of station and the woes of wealth.
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