TU'MID, adjective [Latin tumidus, from tumeo, to swell.]
1. Being swelled, enlarged or distended; as a tumid leg; tumid flesh.
2. Protuberant; rising above the level.
So high as heav'd the tumid hills.
3. Swelling in sound or sense; pompous; puffy; bombastic; falsely sublime; as a tumid expression; a tumid style.