Our central problem is that the combination of his grandiloquence and the September 2008 financial crisis led to his election.
But in opposing the Bush-Cheney march to war, his grandiloquence changed to eloquence.
He was waving his hand with his usual sense of the grandiloquence of his remarks.
He was young, and liked a bit of grandiloquence as well as another.
But that which really distinguishes a Gascon, is grandiloquence on all subjects.
Mrs. Dodd smiled at the grandiloquence of youth, and told him he had mistaken her character.
Mere wordiness and grandiloquence may sound like ecstasy yet lack that quality.
grandiloquence is never more characteristic than in its figures; there it disports itself in a very carnival of bombast.
The grandiloquence went out of the voice of Telfer and his face became serious.
It was Maggie who was becoming a mean figure in spite of her grandiloquence—perhaps because of it.