blusterer

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{n} a noisy roaring person, a swaggerer
One who, or that which, blusters; a noisy swaggerer
{i} noisy bullying person
A person who blusters
bluster
To blow in strong or sudden gusts
bluster
To speak or protest loudly

When confronted by opposition his reaction was to bluster, which often cowed the meek.

bluster
A gust of wind
bluster
{n} a roar, noise, tumult, great stir, boat
bluster
{v} to roar, bully, hector, puff, swagger
bluster
a violent gusty wind noisy confusion and turbulence; "he was awakened by the bluster of their preparations"
bluster
a violent gusty wind noisy confusion and turbulence; "he was awakened by the bluster of their preparations" blow hard; be gusty, as of wind; "A southeaster blustered onshore"; "The flames blustered
bluster
To utter, or do, with noisy violence; to force by blustering; to bully
bluster
a swaggering show of courage
bluster
Pompous, officious talk
bluster
show off
bluster
If you say that someone is blustering, you mean that they are speaking aggressively but without authority, often because they are angry or offended. `That's lunacy,' he blustered He was still blustering, but there was panic in his eyes. Bluster is also a noun. the bluster of the Conservatives' campaign
bluster
{f} rage, roar, storm; shout; boast, swagger
bluster
vain and empty boasting
bluster
noisy confusion and turbulence; "he was awakened by the bluster of their preparations"
bluster
blow hard; be gusty, as of wind; "A southeaster blustered onshore"; "The flames blustered
bluster
a violent gusty wind
bluster
act in an arrogant, overly self-assured, or conceited manner
bluster
blow hard; be gusty, as of wind; "A southeaster blustered onshore"; "The flames blustered"
bluster
Fitful noise and violence, as of a storm; violent winds; boisterousness
bluster
To blow fitfully with violence and noise, as wind; to be windy and boisterous, as the weather
bluster
{i} noise of waves; noise of a strong wind; boastfulness; threat
bluster
To talk with noisy violence; to swagger, as a turbulent or boasting person; to act in a noisy, tumultuous way; to play the bully; to storm; to rage
bluster
Fitful noise and violence
bluster
Noisy and violent or threatening talk; noisy and boastful language
blusterers
plural of blusterer
blusterer

    Silbentrennung

    blus·ter·er

    Aussprache

    Etymologie

    [ 'bl&s-t&r ] (verb.) 15th century. Middle English blustren, probably from Middle Low German blüsteren.

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