- adv. showing grandiloquence
- adv. in a rhetorically grandiloquent manner
- grandiloquent + -ly (Wiktionary)
“David says grandiloquently that AnonOps has the "capability to eliminate the infrastructure of any and all government sites on its watch list.”
“When a number of the key plotters based in Hamburg, Germany, moved into a dingy, modern apartment block on Marienstrasse, they grandiloquently referred to it as Dar al-Ansar, or the Abode of the Supporters.”
“I believe that mathematical reality lies outside us, that our function is to discover or observe it, and that the theorems which we prove, and which we describe grandiloquently as our “creations,” are simply the notes of our observations.”
“The Daily Show's" take on D.C., grandiloquently subtitled "Indecision 2010: When Grizzlies Attack: The Daily Show Midterm Teapartyganza," have relied mainly on the growing contempt for "Washington" (an abstraction that those of us who live here learned to endure eons ago), no different than the virulent anti-government vibes in midterm campaign ads that Stewart so gleefully mocks.”
“The world of the bullfight likes to refer to itself grandiloquently as the fiesta nacional – as though in a land of hundreds of thousands of fiestas, this is the one big celebration all Spaniards can share in.”
“He remarried, had three more children to go with his four grown boys—the grandiloquently monikered Michelangelo, Dominic, Alessandro, and Antonio—left Clarksdale, and moved four hundred miles down Highway 61, to New Orleans.”
“It was in an attempt to prove publicly that Joanie valued her mother that she had announced grandiloquently that she would take her to the races to celebrate her sixtieth birthday.”
“Travis Mackenzie Hoover at the House Next Door on Venus: Mostly, it's a machine for providing [Peter] O'Toole with grandiloquently clever lines, and perhaps trading on his reputation as a drunken hellraiser: not for nothing does it reference the wife he left behind (Vanessa Redgrave, killing with kindness in her single scene of indulgence) and frame the cost of living high and witty in terms of personal isolation.”
“In the first volume (two are projected) of his grandiloquently titled W.E. B.”
“From his fraternity, Saylor has borrowed the ideal, as he grandiloquently describes it, of the "divinity of friendship.”
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