Definition of Magniloquences

1. magniloquence [n] - See also: magniloquence



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Magniloquences

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magnificio
magnifick
magnifico
magnificoes
magnificos
magnified
magnifier
magnifiers
magnifies
magnify
magnifying
magniloquence
magniloquences (current term)
magniloquent
magniloquently
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magnino
magninos
magnisonant
magnitude
magnitude relation
magnitudes
magnium
magno-therapy
magnocellular
magnocellular neuron
magnochromite

Literary usage of Magniloquences

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1. Fraser's Magazine by Thomas Carlyle (1866)
"... he kindled the desire in his flatterers, and in the writers of the period, to match by magniloquences his own semblances of puissant achievement. ..."

2. The School World (1902)
"Allowing for these and other magniloquences of style, there is much in the introductory matter which is well worth reading, but the turgid echo of Carlyle's ..."

3. National Missions: A Series of Lectures by William Maccall (1855)
"... and helped to keep up a monstrous quackery to hear old Bossuet fulminating his histrionic magniloquences, or to witness old pedantic, conceited, ..."

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