great, lofty, powerful
Grandiloquent speech is highly formal, exaggerated, and often seems both silly and hollow because it is expressly used to appear impressive and important.
To aggrandize someone means to make them seem richer, more powerful, and more important than they really are.
When you do something in a grandiose way, it is very showy, impressive, and magnificent.
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