(of a person, their language or writing) showy in speech and given to using flowery or elaborate terms; grandiloquent; pompous | High-sounding but with little meaning. | (archaic) Inflated, overfilled.
How to use Bombastic in a Sentence?
It is so bombastic that it seems somehow like an assumed name, or as if the creature had been born on the stage.
His rounded periods and bombastic utterances were quoted with delight by those who thought that history was not history unless it was bombastic.
This extraordinary jargon, couched in a bombastic style, was virtually unintelligible to the masses.
Has even modern melodrama quite lost that immortal type of the ranting, bombastic tyrant and villain?
The short writings of my comrade are gladsome to my heart; let the populace rejoice in bombastic Antimachus.
For any man therefore, when not in the field, to strut about with a loaded weapon in his possession now-a-days is simply bombastic tomfoolery.
From his bombastic conversation, we soon saw that he was a man of no education whatever, and he ended up by saying that if we refused to obey we had only death to expect.
He had quite recovered his bombastic tone, only he had learnt by bitter experience to quell it, except when addressing his son, who was too good-tempered to resent it.
Short Example Sentence for Bombastic
Their compositions are bombastic and full of metaphors.
It was wordy, bombastic and slangy.
There is a bombastic praise of all her material and spiritual perfections.
This rhetoric of thine to me Hath a somewhat bombastic savor.
The lame reliance of Mexico upon bombastic proclamations was again adopted.