- n. Plural form of pontification.
“His passions for art, particularly sf/f illustration, music, film, and literature (read: books!) are what fuel his pontifications.”
“I'll be more than amused to listen to your pontifications on the need to limit government intervention in health care at that point.”
“Nobody wants to hear about your pontifications about bloggers and predating the country or whatever the heck it was you were talking about.”
“If you want an analogy: the pontifications of the banksters on the economic state of governments that bailed them out is as close as you can get to the classic definition of chutzpah without actually killing your parents. right says:”
“Mike, go back to academia where your opinions and pontifications can be taken with a grain of salt.”
“Told in a totally non-linear narrative, Tinker Tailor is sometimes harder to follow than the pontifications found in a David Foster Wallace book.”
“December 9th, 2009 9: 42 am ET and we are in the final throes of this thing in iraq ... why does a semi-legitimate news organization like cnn give this guy credibility by airing his inane pontifications?”
“Just take the truth, regardless of how obvious, and twist it backward to conform to the right wing facist agenda, and you have his pontifications.”
“You can read pontifications about Michelle Bachmann and the First Lady's clothes.”
“Let the Taliban issue pompous pontifications and fantasize about their own invincibility and immortality.”
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