- grandfather's chair,
- grandfather's clock,
Origin of grandiloquence
Examples from the Web for grandiloquence
But in opposing the Bush-Cheney march to war, his grandiloquence changed to eloquence.
Our central problem is that the combination of his grandiloquence and the September 2008 financial crisis led to his election.
He was young, and liked a bit of grandiloquence as well as another.Phoebe, Junior|Mrs [Margaret] Oliphant
Mrs. Dodd smiled at the grandiloquence of youth, and told him he had mistaken her character.Hard Cash|Charles Reade
It has the terseness of the French, without the grandiloquence of the Spanish, being derived directly from the Latin.Petals Plucked from Sunny Climes|Sylvia Sunshine
In consequence it has a charm which the common efforts of mother-earth after grandiloquence can never possess.The African Colony|John Buchan
It is a Parnassian Samain, but always personal, even in grandiloquence.The Book of Masks|Remy de Gourmont