Such work was to him for the most part a detestable compound of vulgarity and rodomontade.
Lily said, "Yes, it was so," without at all understanding what he meant by his rodomontade.
The death of Sir Richard Grenville was emphatically what the sixteenth century described as a rodomontade in act.
This F—— was a terrible Rattle, and could rodomontade better than any body.
Stripped of all the rodomontade with which French historians have enveloped this incident, the essential facts are as follows.
He spoke with warmth and feeling, but with an entire absence of boastfulness or rodomontade.
There was in the action as well as in the literature of the Elizabethan time a strain of rodomontade.
The impostor they follow has nothing but fustian and rodomontade in his impudent lying book from beginning to end.
But the call for troops showed that the rodomontade meant something.
Carlocho opened his eyes wide at this rodomontade, which he could not understand, but hastened to obey the order.
1610s (earlier rodomontado, 1590s), "vain boasting like that of Rodomonte," character in Ariosto's "Orlando Furioso." In dialectal Italian the name means literally "one who rolls (away) the mountain."