- n noisy confusion and turbulence
he was awakened by the bluster of their preparations
- n a swaggering show of courage
- n a violent gusty wind
- n vain and empty boasting
- v blow hard; be gusty, as of wind
A southeaster blustered onshore
The flames blustered
- v show off
- v act in an arrogant, overly self-assured, or conceited manner
- In Chasing Amy, he found the poignancy in male bluster, the warmth in a guy's rivalry with and veneration of that other species, The Girl.
- But McCain also lost, because of the bluster and false analogies of his comments.
- That is a threat that doesn't yield easily to the empty bluster of neocons--indeed, it was accelerated by US bluster.
News & Articles
- Tropical Storm Barry bears down on coast
MIAMI (AP) — Forecasters say Tropical Storm Barry is very close to Mexico’s Gulf Coast and nearly set to bluster ashore with winds and drenching rains. read more
June 20, 2013 - The Times Record
- Tropical Storm Barry bears down on Mexico's coast
MIAMI (AP) — Forecasters say Tropical Storm Barry is very close to Mexico's Gulf Coast and nearly set to bluster ashore with winds and drenching rains.
June 20, 2013 - Idaho Press-Tribune
- Dana Perino in FOXNews
I would consider that to be bluster from the foreign minister of Russia,White House spokeswoman Dana Perino said. "We will ignore it."
- Scott Paul in International Herald Tribune
We frankly believe this is a lot of bluster,said Scott Paul, executive director of the Alliance for American Manufacturing, a union coalition that backs the provision.