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[rod-uh-mon-teyd, -tahd, -muh n-, roh-duh-] /ˌrɒd ə mɒnˈteɪd, -ˈtɑd, -mən-, ˌroʊ də-/
noun, adjective, verb, rhodomontaded, rhodomontading. Obsolete. Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • Such a mass of rhapsody and rhodomontade as we presented to our master!

    Household Education Harriet Martineau
  • But coldly recited now, I admit the rhodomontade to be exceedingly tiresome.

    The Message Alec John Dawson
  • About his ears the hypnotic bursts of Disraelian rhodomontade thundered compellingly.

    The Ego Machine Henry Kuttner
  • Mr. Gladsden did not laugh at the rhodomontade, while preparing the steeds.

    The Treasure of Pearls Gustave Aimard
  • It is no rhodomontade, this time, but a sad fact and necessity; unless we do at our posts, we must verily die!

    The French Revolution Thomas Carlyle
  • But it demanded that the passion should be winnowed, and free from all rhodomontade.

  • But why that rhodomontade of sending me a challenge by the concierge?

  • "It's what I call the rhodomontade of independence," said Hugh.

    He Knew He Was Right Anthony Trollope
  • The romance of her life had become to her a rhodomontade of which she was ashamed.

    The Vicar of Bullhampton Anthony Trollope
  • I don't believe all that rhodomontade about another world,' said he gruffly; 'the Republic settled that question.'

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