An Introduction to Grandiloquence
Grandiloquence (etymologically from Latin comb. ‘grandis’ for “grand” and ‘loqui’ for “speak,” literally signifying “a grand speaking”), is a form of speech embellished with lofty and bombastic words, with intent of the speaker or writer primarily to induce grandeur and/or admiration.
Speeches constructed with grandiloquence, or write-ups filled with multitude of pompous words or high-flown style of talking are considered grandiloquent. In many cases, grandiloquence is overly verbose and lacking clear and sincere message especially when used by politicians for political interest.
The following examples are from reliable sources in the web.