pompous speech

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His pompous speech three weeks ago on a political resolution for the carnage in Syria was preposterous.
"I came out with this terrible pompous speech about how I used to giggle when I was younger, but I had now learned to control it," she remembers.
Cyriacus, then holding the public office of the Anconitan sevir, was chosen to welcome the representative of Dubrovnik with a suitably pompous speech, which has survived under the title Anconitana Illyricaque laus et Anconitanorum Raguseorumque foedus.(31) The polished official version of this oration also includes a short sylloge of classical inscriptions from Ancona.
There is the famous story of the Duke having to endure a pompous speech by some new peer in the House of Lords in which the man rambled on about this being the greatest day in his life.
He can be granted a bit of (somewhat tendentious) reflection, especially since pompous speeches were expected of any such man in similar circumstances.
Mendelson's attempts to pathologize normal behavior via pompous speeches and articles will make readers chuckle.
budget and feel little responsibility for global governance often want the institution to be a place of sinecures and pompous speeches. Unfortunately, these countries dominate the U.N.
The Presiding Officer made one of his more pompous speeches at the Edinburgh Festival, wondering why so many Scots still consider themselves working-class despite the fact that they might have three cars.