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Applied to any other creature than the Leviathan --to an ant or a flea --such portly terms might justly be deemed unwarrantably grandiloquent. But when Leviathan is the text, the case is altered.
"Lord God of might, God of our salvation!" began the priest in that voice, clear, not grandiloquent but mild, in which only the Slav clergy read and which acts so irresistibly on a Russian heart.
To all his grandiloquent account of the bald-headed chief and his countrymen, the Big Hearts of the East, his cousin listened with great attention, and replied in the customary style of Indian welcome.
If, however, it were the fact that such a history were in existence, it must necessarily, being the story of a knight-errant, be grandiloquent, lofty, imposing, grand and true.
Sapsea, in a grandiloquent state of absence of mind, seems to refill his visitor's glass, which is full already; and does really refill his own, which is empty.
Mr Wegg was going to say, My Benefactor, and had said My Bene, when a grandiloquent change came over him.
"No, I am studying," answered the young man, somewhat surprised at the grandiloquent style of the speaker and also at being so directly addressed.
"I sent for you," said he, in a grandiloquent tone, when I had completed my examination of the beetle, "I sent for you, that I might have your counsel and assistance in furthering the views of Fate and of the bug" -
The search for conflict resolution, or its grandiloquent avatar, world peace, has been a central objective of Indian foreign policy ever since India won freedom.
By commencing the text with the grandiloquent yet, in practical terms, ambiguous declaration that 'Whereas sovereignty over the entire universe belongs to Almighty God alone, ...' the Resolution initiated a conflicting process for almost diametrically opposite views about how such divine, supreme sovereignty was to be given practical form through mortal human beings.
The PMB-led administration's commitment to democracy is a laughable exercise in grandiloquent, quixotic pomposity that exists only on paper.
Il y va de la fete de la couleur lorsqu'elle tire vers le plein jour, le fastueusement grandiloquent, meme dans la douleur.Toutefois, c'est une multiplicite restreinte et maitrisee, car elle vise a cerner l'apparence de l'etre sur l'espace du tableau tel que l'apprehende l'artiste, et ainsi delivrer les sensations qui la rendent effective et palpable.