use polysyllabically in a sentence.
He speaks so calmly and polysyllabically that people fail to appreciate the Machiavellian ambition inside.
Now and again, the interviews with talking heads, who wax polysyllabically about Nascimento's short and desperate life, get a little overbearing.
Talking as if I were myself a wild Communist, the voice of the rough and simple masses of the poor, and therefore using the longest words I can and putting what I mean as pedantically and polysyllabically as possible, I might state the matter thus.
I had imagined him in a cave surrounded by gadgets and smoke and speaking polysyllabically, not sitting in a hotel room concerned that the mildly retarded individual that was supposed to be interviewing him was having trouble getting through.
- A startup whose slogan is "giving technologies new meaning" lives up to that promise, with a polysyllabically dense pitch spammed to Valleywag's tips inbox.