a. exaggerated; pompous; enlarged with air or gas
President Obama's advice to keep your tires properly inflated is actually a very simple and effective measure.
Sentence in Classic:
Of assistant tutors he kept but few, since most of the necessary instruction he imparted in person, and, without pedantic terminology and inflated diction and views, could so transmit to his listeners the inmost spirit of a lesson that even the youngest present absorbed its essential elements.
Dead Souls By Nikolai Vasilievich Gogol Context
Old Colonel Raleigh had come to Lincoln from Kentucky and invested an inherited fortune in real estate, at the time of inflated prices.
The husband replied by that imperceptible movement of the forefinger, which, backed up by an inflation of the lips, signifies in such cases: A regular beggar.
Les Misérables (V2) By Victor Hugo Context