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high-sounding ‎(not comparable)

  1. Having an elevated or moralistic tone.
  2. Oratorial or even contrived sounding.

Usage notes[edit]

It is determined by context if the intent is that something is merely high-sounding in which it indicates that the sentiments are false and although it sounds good it had no substance.