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Raymond the blusterer, wholly unnerved by the sudden appearance of his small wife, surrendered at once, and without conditions.
THE BELGIANS TO THE FRONTCOLONEL JAMES FISKE
A loud talker and blusterer gets a better hearing than a quiet reasoner.
As I have said, however, Jim was a great boaster and blusterer, glorying in the marvelous and dangerous.
HISTORY OF KERSHAW'S BRIGADED. AUGUSTUS DICKERT
A kind-hearted old blusterer at bottom, he treated his dependents well and never sent away a beggar pennyless.
His strength in words the blusterer vainly spends, While steadiness in quiet gains its ends.
Much of it he felt was true; but how far had he been a dupe in his quixotic defense of a quarrelsome blusterer and cowardly bully?
The poor blusterer, entirely cut off from big companions, was in a laughable panic.
CAPTAIN CANOTBRANTZ MAYER
Brangwen, good-humoured but impatient, spoiled by Tilly, was an easy blusterer.
THE RAINBOWD. H. (DAVID HERBERT) LAWRENCE
Augustus, being a great blusterer, was of course a low coward.
In a moment he had slipped from one self to another, and was the blusterer once more.

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perdureverb (used without object) | [per-door, -dyoor ]SEE DEFINITION
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