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- adjective obsolete
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Laureate, have found in the Peninsular struggle with Napoleon, the very perfection of popular grandeur; others, agreeing with ourselves, have seen in this pretended struggle nothing but the last extravagance of thrasonic and impotent national arrogance.
"Art for Art's sake!" shouts the thrasonic Frenchman,
[Adams] which are more thrasonic than the addresses.
Even the Kaiser has begun to abate his thrasonic tone, declaring that "it is not the Prussian way to praise oneself," and that "it is now a matter of holding out, however long it lasts."
Tu-Kila-Kila lifted himself up in his thrasonic mood.
a foreign nation to show that apathy to the answers of the President, which are more thrasonic than the addresses.
Session) with an eye as fine and soft as the Thracian Rhodope's, or as threatening and commanding as that of Mars -- even a hectoring fiery thrasonic Hibernian Mars -- himself, without being able to tell whether it was a black or a blue one, or even a Green or a Yellow.
C.S.C.), and read and enjoy the smart slating Mr. LEHMANN administers to tumid, tumultuous, thrasonic, turncoatist ALGERNON CHARLES SWINBURNE, for saying of the brilliant and well-beloved Author of _Fly Leaves_, &c., that he -- forsooth!