A glorious American contribution to the English language: ‘to talk at length, especially in an inflated or empty way’.  The political world seems to abound with bloviation and you are invited to nominate people for the The Great Bloviator Award.

‘There must have been myriad grimly boisterous occcasions when these characters bloviated interminably about Germany’s greatness, its unique mission, the disgustingness of Jews, Poles, etc.’   Simon Winder, Germania, p. 365.

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