bloviation


bloviation
bloviation "pompous oratory," 1857; noun of action; see BLOVIATE (Cf. bloviate).

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  • bloviation — bloviate lo vi*ate (bl[=o] v[i^]*[=a]t), v. i. [imp. & p. p. {bloviated} (bl[=o] v[i^]*[=a]*t[e^]d); p. pr. & vb. n. {bloviating} (bl[=o] v[i^]*[=a]*t[i^]ng).] To orate pompously; used especially of politicians and news commentators. Frank Rich… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • bloviation — noun see bloviate …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • bloviation — See bloviate. * * * …   Universalium

  • bloviation — noun a lengthy discourse in a pompous or boastful manner See Also: bloviate, bloviator …   Wiktionary

  • bloviation — …   Useful english dictionary

  • bloviate — (v.) 1857, Amer.Eng., a Midwestern word for to talk aimlessly and boastingly; to indulge in high falutin , according to Farmer (1890), who seems to have been the only British lexicographer to notice it. He says it was based on BLOW (Cf. blow)… …   Etymology dictionary

  • bloviate — intransitive verb ( ated; ating) Etymology: perhaps irregular from 1blow Date: circa 1879 to speak or write verbosely and windily • bloviation noun …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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  • Danny D’Imperio — (* 1945 in Sydney (New York)) ist ein US amerikanischer Jazz Schlagzeuger und Bandleader. Danny D’Imperio spielte zunächst Piano, dann Trompete und wechselte unter dem Einfluss der Musik von Louie Bellson zum Schlagzeug. Bereits mit zwölf Jahren… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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