blustering

[ bluhs-ter ]SEE DEFINITION OF blustering

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BLUSTERING

Burke broke in impatiently, with his blustering fashion of address.

He felt suddenly young and futile; his just rage turned to blustering in his ears.

Not blustering, you know, but firm and confident in ourselves.'

Twas very dark and blustering and dismally cold at that time.

I wondered in what harbor he lay, in the blustering night, or off what coast he tossed.

Within, was light and cheer; without, A blustering winter's right.

It was at the end of a blustering day, with the night falling thick.

He was still bristling and blustering, as if all the maids were remarking him.

Old John had been a Tartar, a blustering baron of the timberlands.

Some very cold, blustering days he will probably not leave his retreat at all.

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