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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Coaker said: "Doesn't it show his view of life, namely one rule for him, and one for everyone else?" More bluster.
'Given fundamental divergences that are evident, the gap that exists between respective positions cannot be papered over or worse, blustered through,' Ambassador Maleeha Lodi said in the course of discussions in the long-running Inter-governmental Negotiations (IGN) aimed at restructuring the Security Council.
IANS New Delhi UPA Chairperson Sonia Gandhi on Wednesday accused the Modi government of having bluff, bluster and intimidation as the governing philosophy, adding that truth and transparency have been brazenly tossed aside during his rule.
Summary: New Delhi [India], Feb 13 (ANI): Bluff, bluster and intimidation have been the philosophy of governance of the Modi-led Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government, said UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi on Wednesday.
That would put the US confrontation with Iran in a category with other Trump foreign policy positions that turned out to contain more bluster than action: his threats to walk away from US obligations to Nato, for example, and his promise to withdraw from the North American Free Trade Agreement (which, in Trump's mind, is another "worst deal ever negotiated").
President Donald Trump is mostly bluster and wants to show others how to take advantage when economies start to rebound.
In lieu of detail, he offered bluster. Instead of compromise, he set take-it-or-leave-it deadlines.
Has former office manager-turned-on the road salesman and aspiring chart topper David Brent lost his uncomfortable charm and awkward bluster? Releasing Brent's 15-track album and performing songs off it at the film premiere might be too far, but Brent has always brilliantly occupied that gap where taste, tact and selfawareness falter.
For all Osborne's bluster Britain remains a lowwage, low-output economy.
Click through our slideshow to revisit the blunders, bluster and occasional moments of eloquence over the last 12 months.
Suddenly I had a lump in my throat and I realised that underneath all of the political bluff and bluster was someone who was the most important thing that any man can be - ie, a gentleman - and for that reason, if no other, I hope that he will rest in peace.
Don't expect much besides diplomatic bluster and a modest show of sanctions to protest against Vladimir Putin's referendum coup in Crimea, Don Murray writes.
This show looks behind the bluster to reveal even deeper layers of bluster as well as grown men walking the streets of Cheshire wearing T-shirts that say: Behind Every Project Manager There's A Neil Clough.
"TODAY'S "The more you rant and bluster, the less convincing you are" - Labour leader Ed Miliband taunts the Prime Minister during Commons exchanges.
For buoyant guitar bluster and hook-laden fuzz-pop reminiscent of US college favs like Throwing Muses and The Breeders, look no further.