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He was a swaggerer and behaved as badly as any paladin, but he was not a buffo.
CASTELLINARIAHENRY FESTING JONES
But he was a lightsome swaggerer, a reckless, devil-me-care, good-natured sort of bully.
THE PIONEERSKATHARINE SUSANNAH PRICHARD
In fact, I have never felt any desire to be a swaggerer, and I began to wonder how I could get out of the difficulty.
IN HOSTILE REDJOSEPH ALTSHELER
I could not deliver her tender body over to that painted swaggerer—any more than I could have delivered it over to Daniel himself.
DESERT DUSTEDWIN L. SABIN
Thorgils was a man great and goodly of body, the greatest swaggerer, and was spoken of as one of no fairness in dealings with men.
LAXDLA SAGAANONYMOUS
What desperate young swaggerer would have been abroad such a weather as this, upon the water?
A steadfast friend to the gallows foot, a cynical swaggerer with a child's simplicity, a worker only from necessity or caprice.
THE MAGIC SKINHONORE DE BALZAC
But he was the worst of cronies for a weak swaggerer like Gourlay.
It is just such a swaggerer as contemporaries have described old Ben to be.
The drunken swaggerer of the advance only checks the triumph.

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