- s ostentatiously lofty in style
- s (of sounds) full and rich
- He speaks to us, through his letters and hoaxes and autobiography, not with orotund rhetoric but with a chattiness and clever irony that is very contemporary, sometimes unnervingly .
- To lend a whiff of aristocracy to his enterprise, Singer relies on the orotund majesty of British thesping.
- It was "Sicilianism" in the orotund person of Silvio Milazzo, president of Sicily's regional government.