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Old John had been a Tartar, a blustering baron of the timberlands.
Drawcansir, draw′kan-sėr, n. a blustering fellow, a braggart.
But one blustering day, the wind carried a seed from the wayside weed into a florist's garden; it sprouted, rooted and bloomed.
He was still bristling and blustering, as if all the maids were remarking him.
THE O'RUDDYSTEPHEN CRANE
He was evidently surprised at being nearly run over by this blustering and blowsy young lady, but beyond that—nothing.
It was on a raw, blustering morning that I set out for a walk around the eastern shore of the harbor.
This blustering scamp stands much upon his honour, and is alternately drawing his enormous sword and being tweaked by the nose.
OLD AND NEW LONDONWALTER THORNBURY
Alfred Wolf, an old stage driver, is remembered as a large, fine looking and blustering sort of a man.
THE OLD PIKETHOMAS B. SEARIGHT
It is the blustering of little men whose lot has fallen on a great crisis.
It was a raw, blustering September night when I rounded up for the first time at the lake front in Chicago.

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