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synonyms for tympany

  • balderdash
  • bluster
  • braggadocio
  • cotton
  • exaggeration
  • fustian
  • gasconade
  • grandiloquence
  • grandiosity
  • magniloquence
  • pad
  • pomposity
  • rage
  • rant
  • rave
  • rhapsody
  • rhetoric
  • rodomontade
  • stuff
  • tumidity
  • turgidity
  • altiloquence
  • bombastry
  • padded
  • stuffed
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How to use tympany in a sentence

Tympany consists in an elastic tumor of the abdomen, which sounds on being struck.
ZOONOMIA, VOL. IIERASMUS DARWIN
Plucked and bowed strings blended with wailing flutes and an exotic tympany to produce music formed of passion and movement.
MASTER OF THE MOONDOGSTANLEY MULLEN
More tympany; numerous rose-colored spots out over abdomen and back; slight epistaxis and bronchitis.
A SYSTEM OF PRACTICAL MEDICINE BY AMERICAN AUTHORS, VOL. IVARIOUS
Swell out an unmeaning truism to a perfect tympany of style.
TABLE-TALKWILLIAM HAZLITT
He had known many instances of its curing consumption, and had seen it act like a charm in cases of tympany.
EXCURSIONS IN THE MOUNTAINS OF RONDA AND GRANADA, WITH CHARACTERISTIC SKETCHES OF THE INHABITANTS OF SOUTHERN SPAIN, V. 2/2CHARLES ROCHFORT SCOTT
Below, the cardiac dullness is merged into the tympany from the stomach and the dullness from the liver.
ARTERIOSCLEROSIS AND HYPERTENSION:LOUIS MARSHALL WARFIELD
To swell a man with a tympany is as good sport as to blow a frog.
THE WORKS OF SAMUEL JOHNSON, VOL. 6SAMUEL JOHNSON
Titles and applause increase not real worth and virtue, but puff up many with a mortal tympany.
A CHRISTIAN DIRECTORY (VOLUME 1 OF 4)RICHARD BAXTER
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WORDS RELATED TO TYMPANY

  • altiloquence
  • balderdash
  • bluster
  • bombastry
  • braggadocio
  • cotton
  • exaggeration
  • fustian
  • gasconade
  • grandiloquence
  • grandiosity
  • magniloquence
  • pad
  • padded
  • pomposity
  • rage
  • rant
  • rave
  • rhapsody
  • rhetoric
  • rodomontade
  • stuff
  • stuffed
  • tumidity
  • turgidity
  • tympany
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