bluster


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to speak or say very loudly or with a shout

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noisy confusion and turbulence

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a swaggering show of courage

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a violent gusty wind

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blow hard

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act in an arrogant, overly self-assured, or conceited manner

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For the most part, they have gotten past the mindless bluster ("We can't do that
Then, through sheer bluster, Hammer was able to inflate the company's stock price and bribe his way into a lucrative oil lease in Libya.
Dokoupil's subtle, modest paintings are truly remarkable achievements in a world of ideological and artistic bluster and braggadocio.
No amount of Treasury bluster can hide the truth that in June he added another PS12.
Even without being able to witness the pyro, go-go girls and ghetto-fab furs used in the stage act, there's plenty of macho bluster all around.
But if we try to conceal from our own people or from our allies the full measure of our misfortune, or permit ourselves to seek relief in any reactions of bluster or petulance or hysteria, we can easily find this crisis resolving itself into an irreparable deterioration of our world position--and of our confidence in ourselves.
All the crass, life-affirming bluster of the previous 20 minutes disappears in a single instant when Brick spills the beans.
Stripped of the fancy production and show-biz bluster Diamond is known for, the bare-bones acoustic disc reveals the '60s folkie behind the sequins.
The amount of bluff and bluster from all sides on this issue has been staggering.
will erupt behind the USC bench, Fighting Irish fans will bluster, ``Raise the roof and feel the thunder
FOR all his denial and bluster, it's hard not to be suspicious about the more than $500,000 House Majority Leader Tom DeLay paid his wife and daughter for campaign-related work.
His first day of spring training as a reigning MVP looked a lot like the first eight years of his career: all business, no bluster, no controversy.
And while some will dismiss it as bluster, the 60-year-old isn't the type to make rash predictions.
Elizondo doesn't bluster or mug - although the script (by Lowell Ganz and Marshall) practically begs for him to do so.
Higgins, who has bulked up for the role, keeps Huguenet's bluster to a minimum.