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- adv. In a grandiose manner
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a grandiose manner.
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- adv. in a grandiose manner
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Beyond the Kornuchaket much more snow had fallen, and a few miles brought us to Moses 'Village, called grandiosely "Arctic City," since a trader had established a store and a road-house there.
She was obsessed with what she rather grandiosely referred to as “la cuisine française,” enthusiastically trilling the words in her extraordinarily operatic, uniquely accented French.
A committee, grandiosely labeled a "Super Congress" will essentially decide whether and how much we'll cut and whether and how much we'll tax.
It took my dad eight years to pay off the note he signed to buy the little store, grandiosely sub-titled
"The government has failed grandiosely," said FT Deutschland, "in its campaign to make the new stability pact a real instrument of budget discipline."
"I will buy a Guston," I thought to myself grandiosely, "the way that Matisse bought the small Cezanne that became a cornerstone of his artistic life."
Not only have genuine opposition parties been marginalized, but Putin's personal popularity is immense among Russians who laud him as the strong and decisive figure needed by a sprawling country troubled by corruption, an Islamist insurgency and a vast gap between the impoverished and the grandiosely super-rich.
She pulls away from Dela and bows grandiosely, feathers fluttering around her head.
With the World Cup kicking off this week, Michael Sokolove has written a fascinating account of the Dutch football factory ( "grandiosely called De Toekomst — The Future") for the New York Times Sunday Magazine.
The whole "Cooger & Dark's Pandemonium Shadow Show" (as it was grandiosely billed) was a mixture of that return-to-childhood innocence of the end-of-summer carnivals I remembered from my youth, as well as that rather creepy "carnie" overlay which adult eyes see, but a child's eyes do not.