Young people for military service were not all that this blusterer bought.
Who'd have thought that blusterer has such a lot of pedantry in his make-up?
It was commanded by General Duncan, a blusterer, but a jolly old fellow.
Ah, you are a blusterer,” jeered the boy; “if you dare to touch me I will skin you alive, you and your mud-eels!
But it is not the danger of the noble man to turn a good man, but lest he should become a blusterer, a scoffer, or a destroyer.
Though a blusterer by nature and full of bravado, the sergeant was certainly no coward.
"Oh, stop this pothouse talk," put in Hilton, giving the blusterer a contemptuous glance.
Kit Carson was no blusterer and no swashbuckler, but was first and last of all a good business man.
He is haughty, arrogant, a braggart, and a blusterer; and we can't bear brag and bluster in our modest and decorous country.
The most surprising matter in the whole business is, that Sir Hudson did not instantly send the blusterer to the black-hole.