Part of speech:
Having the outward appearance but lacking in substance:
Characterized or accompanied by wind
Having the respiratory passages blocked:
The definition of fluent is having complete knowledge of a foreign language so you can express yourself in that language, or the ability to speak easily, flow freely or move smoothly.
Of, relating to, or characteristic of an orator or oratory.
Verbose is defined as a person who uses way too many words, or who talks a lot.
The definition of grandiloquent is something with big words used in a overly self-assured way.
So formal or high-sounding as to seem pompous, unnatural, or old-fashioned
A speech marked by strong feeling; a tirade.
An exhibition; esp., a large public exhibition or show, often international in scope
A formal public speech, esp. one given at a ceremony
To plead in favour of; to defend by argument, before a tribunal or the public; to support, vindicate, or recommend publicly.
To speak in a dramatic, pompous, or blustering way
Expound is defined as to explain further or in more detail.
To set forth in words; state:
To speak or shout at length in an uncontrollable anger.
To utter in a wordy, dull, or pompous manner:
Splendid or brilliant, often affectedly so
Made of or as if of fustian:
Exceedingly lofty or exalted:
Lofty and extravagant in speech; grandiloquent.
Characterized by fullness, clarity, strength, and smoothness of sound.
Having or producing a full, deep, or rich sound.
Of or relating to the art of public speaking
Straightforward; frank or candid:
The slender part of a flower pistil, connecting the ovary and the stigma. The pollen tube grows through the style delivering the pollen nuclei to the ovary.
Understanding and tolerant; liberal:
Of a bulging shape; protuberant.
The definition of turgid is something swollen or bloated, or language or style that is designed to show-off.
Find another word for declamatory. In this page you can discover 52 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for declamatory, like: rhetorical, elocutionary, formal, bombastic, windy, stuffy, fluent, oratorical, verbose, ciceronian and grandiloquent.