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Use "rhodomontade" in a sentence
"'It's what I call the rhodomontade of independence,' said Hugh."
"‘It’s what I call the rhodomontade of independence,’ said Hugh."
"In fact, the good squire was a little too apt to indulge that kind of pleasantry which is generally called rhodomontade: but which may, with as much propriety, be expressed by a much shorter word; and perhaps we too often supply the use of this little monosyllable by others; since very much of what frequently passes in the world for wit and humour, should, in the strictest purity of language, receive that short appellation, which, in conformity to the well-bred laws of custom, I here suppress."