- v. present participle of bloviate.
“Neglecting all of the reactionary bloviating from the far left - who don't seem to care whether we lose this war by walking away or not, it should be incumbent on the President to rethink and revise his plan amidst high public disapproval.”
“The good thing about MattY’s economic bloviating is that even non-economists can see what’s wrong with it.”
“Without scientific objectivity, this is just an exercise in bloviating.”
“No bloviating, that is what my little secretary, Falafelletta, in the mini-skirt does.”
“W|P|114454463017862582|W|P|Clearly, They Aren't Giving the Man Enough to Do|W|Pfirstname.lastname@example.org/09/2006 03:34:00 AM|W|P| Geo|W|P|We often call bloviating, agitating politicians "demagogues" as a matter of course.”
“That's my brown shirted right arm looking decidedly nonplussed under 'bloviating'.”
“But it is this kind of bloviating sanctimoniousness that drives people to respond anyway, because after reading it, one is prompted to react with "Do Something!”
“KVI program director Dennis Kelly states that Schram is a pain in the neck to listeners and describes his ego as "bloviating".”
“Host Melvyn Bragg doesn't waste any time with long-winded introductions or the kind of bloviating that's made me swear off talk radio forever.”
“Since I really use odds-and-ends of time to blog, this may cut back on my blog-viating (the blog version of the neologism "bloviating") for the week.”
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