Definition of bombastically in English:

bombastically

adverb

  • See bombastic

    • ‘William often bombastically claimed to be the man who took the decisions.’
    • ‘This law of reversals is called, too, more bombastically, ‘the swing of the pendulum.’’
    • ‘People used to laugh when the Chancellor bombastically promised to end boom and bust: it was once the natural British economic weather.’
    • ‘There is an openly commercial component, often playing on nationalist sentiments and pursuing bombastically epic themes.’
    • ‘Predictably, he bombastically announced yesterday: ‘We have nothing to hide.’’

Pronunciation

bombastically

/bɒmˈbastɪk(ə)li/