I said, grandiloquently enough, that no victory was worth winning unless there were difficulties.
“‘Whom the gods love, die young,’” quoted I grandiloquently, like Mawley.
They went along together, Charley Braton (John soon learned his name) pointing out the principal buildings, grandiloquently.
“Then let us ride forth and win them to our side,” said the Nana grandiloquently.
He might even be grandiloquently styled, by those who were particular about the names of things, the soldier of peace.
The ex-parson made way for Alban, grandiloquently offering a niche upon the bare floor and a view of the reddening embers.
His style is so grandiloquently vague that we can make neither head nor tail of it.
I thought Jane never would forget that unfortunate, abominable sentence spoken so grandiloquently to Mary.
When he lifted his hat to me I lifted my hat as grandiloquently as he.
Are you ready to reconsider the suggestion I made a while ago and which you so grandiloquently rejected?