- v. Simple past tense and past participle of bloviate.
“Recently it’s far less so, but it’s kind of bloviated – kind of lofty, I guess.”
“Although the plot for the cinematic version has been notably streamlined and occasionally reworked in substantial fashion from the bloviated novel, viewers are, by the end, possessors of this little nugget of truth: Dan Brown is just as bad at plotting as he is at writing, and his inability to create characters who are believable is equaled only by his inability to accurately represent the history, art, architecture, and technology found strewn throughout novel/movie.”
“As the Becksturbator bloviated to CPAC, Progressivism is a disease.”
“Sock-puppet in 77 bloviated: “The Democratic Party pushing through a major entitlement program with absolutely no bipartisan support””
“Will this bloviated fool ever shut up? gary tessler”
“Otherwise, you can keep your bloviated passion to yourself and we won't have to worry about ad hominem bullshit posing as an argument.”
“And you Senator Schumer, you gave the cartels a wink and a nod and bloviated in public about reform.”
“Since every blog in the country has bloviated on this topic, I probably can't add much.”
“Those sanctimonious senators who bloviated about their concern for harming the troops during a time of war could themselves harm the troops during a time of war by preventing Gates from implementing the plan the Pentagon spent nearly a year devising.”
“Interestingly in his bloviated diatribe, Biden doesn't say what he would do.”
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