Grandiloquent in a sentence as an adjective

It's a bit grandiloquent but that's definitely how it looks like.

Do you want a reason?None of your post give any single proof, just some grandiloquent claims.

The announcement sounds very grandiloquent but it doesn't say much.

Why use big words when grandiloquent locutions suffice?

Most of their money-making products and services are far from being open source, so let's tone down the grandiloquent claims a little.

> When people think of of selling their business, which is their life's workThat's a bit of a grandiloquent take on reasons that could lead one to start a business.

This way to name things give me the impression that science is not any more about advancing knowledge but about to find the most grandiloquent way to speak about your work.

Clever and true, but no 19th century American writer would ever have written in that way. Even Mark Twain, surely the closest in spirit to such a style, was an order of magnitude more grandiloquent than that in his published writing.

Perhaps he's using it on authors known to be grandiloquent, loquacious, and sesquipedalian.

Not unique to architecture; in the past ~3 decades, every higher education department has had to justify their existence with grandiloquent overselling of their major's external impact.

Seriously, this is what happens when you take online too seriously - using grandiloquent words like orthodoxy, skandalon, attention economy or citing Girard and Durkheim as though this weren't about petty spats no one outside Weird Twitter has ever heard about.

Council of religious fanatics notwithstanding, and its occasional grandiloquent pronouncements also notwithstanding, Iran's government is mostly full of administrators and workers that implement things like water treatment, motor vehicle registration, low-income housing, zoning, meat inspection, and energy.

Grandiloquent definitions


lofty in style; "he engages in so much tall talk, one never really realizes what he is saying"

See also: magniloquent tall


puffed up with vanity; "a grandiloquent and boastful manner"; "overblown oratory"; "a pompous speech"; "pseudo-scientific gobbledygook and pontifical hooey"- Newsweek

See also: overblown pompous pontifical portentous