grandiosely grandiosely


  • (adv) in a grandiose manner


  1. The deal, set to be inked on Wednesday at the Steelworkers' International Convention in Las Vegas, will create the grandiosely named Workers Uniting: The Global Union.
  2. He also grumbled about the cost, which he grandiosely put at $12 billion.
  3. Park Row is grandiosely dedicated to American journalism and journalists, but the roar of the Globe's presses comes out as only a squeak.


  • "A 21st Century Glass-Steagall Act"

    We are confident the following amusing bill titled grandiosely enough " A 21st Century Glass-Steagall Act " ( the Bill text here ) by Elizabeth Warren, John McCain et al , to pretend Congress is not a bought and paid for by Wall Street marionette, will have a last minute rider that says "Compliance with any or all of the above provisions is purely voluntary." From Elizabeth Warren Senators ...
    on July 11, 2013     Source: Zero Hedge


  1. Republican blogger Michelle Malkin wrote on Wednesday, "Ifill and her publisher are banking on an Obama/Biden win to buoy her book sales. The moderator expected to treat both sides fairly has grandiosely declared this the 'Age of Obama.' Can you...
    on Oct 2, 2008 By: Michelle Malkin Source: KQCA,

  2. "I prophesy to all those who grandiosely promise generous tax relief that there won't be such a thing in the foreseeable future," Finance Minister Peer Steinbrueck, a Social Democrat, said today in the lower house of parliament.
    on Jun 19, 2009 By: Peer Steinbrueck Source: Bloomberg

  3. "Those who wanted a change in the chancellory have failed grandiosely," Mr. Schröder said.
    on Sep 18, 2005 By: Gerhard Schroeder Source: International Herald Tribune

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