magniloquence

[ mag-nil-uh-kwuh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF magniloquence

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Consequently, in all the details of private life, sensibility displays its magniloquence.

But the contrast between the magniloquence of poor BEN and the deadly failure of his wine, was too great.

"You are noble, you are generous, and—and one day I will give you the money back," he added with a burst of magniloquence.

But on the opposite page, the sonnet called "Dawn" swings to the extremest point from the magniloquence of that.

Nevertheless, the Sultan detected a shade of hesitation in spite of the magniloquence of this refusal.

However, Johnson's attempt to appease him was a curious specimen of his magniloquence.

All this magniloquence and bad taste, however, is intelligible enough.

He was simple and unaffected in his manners, and never assumed any magniloquence because of his exalted position.

"You owe nothing to me," said Plantagenet, with some little touch of magniloquence in his tone.

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