What is another word for magniloquently?

Pronunciation: [mˈaɡnɪlˌɒkwəntli] (IPA)

Magniloquently is an uncommon word that means to speak in a grandiose or pompous way, often using high-sounding or exaggerated language. Some synonyms for magniloquently are bombastically, grandiloquently, oratorically, rhetorically, and eloquently. These words describe a similar style of speaking, using complex language and employing exaggerated intonation or rhythm to add emphasis. Other synonyms for magniloquently could be ostentatiously or pretentiously, which describes someone who is trying to impress others with their language and mannerisms. Regardless of which synonym is used, the meaning of the word is the same: an over-the-top, theatrical style of speaking that often draws attention to the speaker rather than the message.

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Usage examples for Magniloquently

General Temple had magniloquently given his consent, when Throckmorton went through the form of asking it.
"Throckmorton"
Molly Elliot Seawell
277 To his friends and to the press he talked magniloquently about a grand "Southern expedition" to be made up of 8,000 or 10,000 Kansas troops, 4,000 Indians, seven regiments of cavalry, three batteries of artillery, and four regiments of infantry from Minnesota and Wisconsin, which he would command.
"The Struggle for Missouri"
John McElroy
The land that thus magniloquently heralded its advent into the family of nations had supported the institution of human slavery for one hundred and fifty-seven years and was destined to cling to it eighty-seven years longer.
"The Negro"
W.E.B. Du Bois

Related words: eloquent, eloquently, gilded, gilding, ornament, ornamentation, embellishment, ornamented, ornaments, ornamental, ornamentally, ornate

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