Aguiar also “expressed the grandiose belief that he is or could be the Messiah.”
“Each of these works is a grandiose idea in and of itself,” he claimed.
The leading neocons competed with each other to come up with the most grandiose vision of Middle East and planetary restructuring.
Months after his arrest, he was online acting out a grandiose identity.
At the time, this struck me as a stretch, since all politicians are narcissistic and grandiose to one degree or another.
Hereditary Saxons are not to be the expedient this time, it would seem; a grandiose Czarina has decided otherwise.
But the speech was sufficiently emphatic, and its words were grandiose and even florid.
Lang, who did not like the grandiose Frenchman, bluntly refused to entertain the idea.
It was a supreme opportunity for being able to display his grandiose achievements.
The poet, in his grandiose carelessness, had forgotten to empty his pockets of various old dreams!