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Synonyms for 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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Or must I go back, and (as you put it in your dear straightforward English) bully and bluster a little more?
I have to rein in my extreme masculinity," blusters Stuart, who still lives with his mum.
Bridges' president stirringly blusters, ``I'd rather have faith in something and be wrong than have faith in nothing at all
His "speak softly, carry a big stick" metaphor has been oft repeated, but what Roosevelt said was more complex: "If a man continually blusters, if he lacks civility, a big stick will not save him from trouble but neither will speaking softly avail, if back of the softness there does not lie strength, power.
Composition information for Yo- berry Blusters Muesli Bars only.
Eleven years after the play's debut, the nation no longer blushes over White House sex or blusters about gay public figures.
That was just one in a series of blunders and blusters that led to this fiasco.
He blusters as he settles into a chair or sips portentously from a glass of wine or fustily examines plants with a magnifying glass.