To means to speak at length in a pompous or boastful manner.

Otherwise known as the “soaring ramble,” the word is often used to describe politicians or public who talk a lot but say little of substance.

While it might fill , it rarely holds the audience's attention.

Consider the difference between saying, ‘I, with my extensive and profound knowledge, will endeavor to undertake the task of educating you about the subject at hand,' versus simply saying, ‘Here's how this works:.'

Instead of bloviating, on clarity and brevity to maintain the and respect of your audience.

Effective communication is about making your point without losing your audience.