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Noun
Plural for boastful talk or writing
“We're left wondering how much of his boastful bluster about past dastardly deeds is true and how much of it is wishful thinking.”
Noun
Plural for nonsensical or empty talk or writing
“His nonsensical bluster is barely humored by those around him.”
Noun
Plural for loud, aggressive or indignant talk or writing
“The rest of the speech consisted largely of jingoistic bluster and attempts at political intimidation.”
Noun
Plural for a loud and typically discordant noise or sound
“From the hallway, Frederick could hear the bluster outside the church.”
Noun
Plural for a typically loud state of activity or disturbance
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“When the moment came to leave, there was the usual fuffle and bluster in the hall.”
Noun
Plural for a gust of wind
“She got onto it and as she did so, she felt a bluster of air rush past her from behind.”
Noun
Plural for the bearing or manner of a lord
Noun
Plural for pursuit of an advantage by appearing to be willing to risk a dangerous policy rather than concede a point
Noun
Plural for a storm with a violent wind
Noun
Plural for a feeling of great or intense anger
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Plural for having, showing, or characterized by force or violent energy
Verb
To talk in a loud, aggressive or indignant manner
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“Howard would often bluster about mad officials meddling in people's lives and undermining plain common sense and individual responsibility.”
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To talk in a boastful manner
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“The professor begins to bluster about his children. According to him, all his children are well-settled in life now.”
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To blow in strong or sudden gusts
“The lake's deep green coloration derives from its high concentration of cobalt and other minerals, and is particularly striking when the frequent winds bluster the surface into a froth.”
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To bully or threaten, especially by causing others to feel frightened
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To say something quickly and irritably
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Express vehement protest
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To force or push one's way
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