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blower

noun as in braggart

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The leaf blower function is more powerful than the vacuum option.

This guide will take you through the main points to consider while buying a leaf blower while offering up our leaf blower reviews.

Most new workers start out at $12 an hour and will work in helper roles for years before they will land the most coveted positions like finisher, who attaches handles and makes other final touches, and blowers.

Until, that is, modern humans brought their leaf blowers to the concert hall.

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Days were filled skiing bottomless powder runs, thanks to a blower storm that preceded our arrival by only a few hours.

A lot of us Republicans are having trouble getting the leaf blower started.

That tells us he may have been more than just a “whistle-blower.”

Beijing, it appears, was able to cover its tracks while obtaining information from the so-called whistle-blower.

Her prior experience as a Wall Street whistle-blower had not left her desirous of more tumultuous press attention.

The difference between a leaker and a whistle-blower is important.

Master of the air; for he had given a kind of lungs to the wind, and changed the rude draught into a useful blower.

Good flute worth more dan ten pounds; rale good blower like dat worth twenty at de bery least.

If you refuse to wrestle, I will brand you as a blower and a braggart—a fellow not fit to be accepted in the society of gentlemen.

Put a platter under it or a dripping pan, and put the blower up in front of it.

If the walls are very thin, a glass-blower's knife should be used instead of a file.

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On this page you'll find 9 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to blower, such as: blowhard, blusterer, boaster, braggadocio, bragger, and swaggerer.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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