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[rod-uh-mon-teyd, -tahd, -muh n-, roh-duh-]
noun, adjective, verb, rhod·o·mon·tad·ed, rhod·o·mon·tad·ing. Obsolete.
  1. rodomontade.
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Historical Examples of rhodomontade

  • But coldly recited now, I admit the rhodomontade to be exceedingly tiresome.

    The Message

    Alec John Dawson

  • The romance of her life had become to her a rhodomontade of which she was ashamed.

    The Vicar of Bullhampton

    Anthony Trollope

  • Mr. Gladsden did not laugh at the rhodomontade, while preparing the steeds.

  • But why that rhodomontade of sending me a challenge by the concierge?

  • Such a mass of rhapsody and rhodomontade as we presented to our master!

    Household Education

    Harriet Martineau