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.
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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.
as he settles into a chair or sips portentously from a glass of wine or fustily examines plants with a magnifying glass.