That print discussed what it was pleased to call "Our Colonial Expansion" in high-flown
She took her own romantic, high-flown
view of the matter.
Lecount; she mimicked Noel Vanstone's high-pitched voice, and repeated Noel Vanstone's high-flown
compliments, with a bitter enjoyment of turning him into ridicule.
Evidently Marmeladov was a familiar figure here, and he had most likely acquired his weakness for high-flown
speeches from the habit of frequently entering into conversation with strangers of all sorts in the tavern.
It sounds high-flown
and absurd, but consider the fats