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- Talking in a vain or foolish way
- 1910, Gustavus Myers, History of the great American fortunes:
- The boards of trade and chambers of commerce were largely made up of men who, while assuming the most vaniloquent pretensions, were themselves malodorous with fraud.
- 1977, Willy Peremans, Historiographia antiqua:
- Carthage too was in the hands of the vaniloquent and extravagant Hasdrubal, gross in appearance and utterly callous.