blusterer blusterer


  • (n) a person who causes trouble by speaking indiscreetly


  1. He had been no Othello, merely a self-deluded little man; Diver no Don Juan, only a seedy blusterer.
  2. Although conservative in his counsels to the Fhrer, peacocky Air Minister Goring is a blusterer in public whose swagger appeals to German airmen.
  3. Robert Klein swings from race to race, from shy intellectual to swaggering blusterer, with the ease of a metronome.
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