noun, padded pretentious speech
verb, to speak in an over authorative manner.
adj, extremely loud speech
noun, a speech of praise addressing an assembled crowd
noun, a rough synonym for panegyric, exept generally restricted to a speech made at a funeral.
adj, relating to actors or acting, overly dramatic or emotional
noun, grand speaking in a negative way, pompous.
verb, to decorate
noun, a spoken or written statement of tribute
verb, a speech or bit of writing that is inappropriately like a sermon. negatively assuming an air of moral superiority over the person listening or reading.
adj, a person who smears phony charm all over the person they hope to flatter
adj, describing the behavior of someone willing to act like someone's slave in hopes of getting a payoff later
adj, falsely humble behavior
noun, flattering language to coax the hearer into complying with the hopes of the speaker.
noun, a yes-man, a person who unquestioningly serves another
noun, a trusted follower like a minion
adj, offensively insincere. used to mean abundant
verb, a process of flattery or guile to achieve a desired end.
verb, to show affection designed as a tradeoff for favor
noun, an obvious flatterer
noun, a crafty scheme or sneaky plan
noun, skillful cunning or deceit
adj, something done secretly to conceal a private plan or improper purpose. describes actions
adj, sneaky, about actions
noun, deception, a subtle or indirect expression or an insinuation.
noun, any secret plan or strategy
verb, to take by dishonest means or to swindle. infomal.
adj, sneaky or shifty, about people or actions
verb, to swindle or decieve, informal.
verb, to act evasively in order to gain time or avoid an argument.