Blusterer

  • 41braggart — Synonyms and related words: Captain Bobadil, Gascon, Herod, Narcissus, Scaramouch, Texan, big mouth, blatherskite, blower, blowhard, bluff, bluffer, blusterer, boaster, boastful, boasting, brag, braggadocio, bragging, bravo, bucko, bully,… …

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  • 42bully — Synonyms and related words: Antaeus, Atlas, Briareus, Brobdingnagian, Charles Atlas, Cyclops, Goliath, Hercules, Herod, OK, Polyphemus, Samson, Superman, Tarzan, Titan, ace high, admirable, annoyer, awe, bad, badgerer, bang up, battler, beat down …

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  • 43gasbag — Synonyms and related words: Captain Bobadil, Gascon, Graf Zeppelin, Texan, aerostat, agreeable rattle, airship, babbler, ballonet, balloon, big mouth, big talker, blab, blabberer, blatherer, blimp, blower, blowhard, blusterer, boaster, brag,… …

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  • 44hector — Synonyms and related words: Captain Bobadil, Gascon, Herod, Texan, aggravate, annoy, badger, bait, be at, bedevil, beset, big mouth, blatherskite, blower, blowhard, bludgeon, bluff, bluffer, bluster, bluster and bluff, bluster out of, blusterer,… …

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  • 45ranter — Synonyms and related words: Herod, Holy Willie, Joseph Surface, Mawworm, Pecksniff, Pharisee, Tartuffe, affecter, blatherskite, bluff, bluffer, blusterer, braggart, bravo, bucko, bully, bullyboy, canter, canting hypocrite, debater, declaimer,… …

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  • 46swaggerer — Synonyms and related words: Herod, blatherskite, bluff, bluffer, blusterer, boldface, braggart, bravo, brazenface, bucko, bully, bullyboy, chutzpanik, fanfaron, hector, hectorer, hussy, malapert, miles gloriosus, minx, peacock, pup, puppy, ranter …

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  • 47swashbuckler — Synonyms and related words: Herod, battler, belligerent, belted knight, bickerer, blade, blatherskite, bluff, bluffer, blusterer, braggart, bravo, brawler, bucko, bully, bullyboy, combatant, competitor, contender, contestant, disputant, duelist,… …

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  • 48talker — Synonyms and related words: blatherskite, blowhard, blusterer, chatterbox, collocutor, colloquialist, conversational partner, conversationalist, converser, debater, declaimer, demagogue, dialogist, discourser, gasbag, haranguer, interlocutor,… …

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  • 49windbag — Synonyms and related words: Captain Bobadil, Gascon, Texan, agreeable rattle, babbler, big mouth, big talker, blab, blabberer, blatherer, blower, blowhard, blusterer, boaster, brag, braggadocio, braggart, chatterbox, chatterer, fanfaron, gabber,… …

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  • 50windjammer — Synonyms and related words: AB, Ancient Mariner, Argonaut, Captain Bobadil, Dylan, Flying Dutchman, Gascon, Neptune, OD, Poseidon, Texan, Varuna, able seaman, able bodied seaman, agreeable rattle, babbler, big mouth, big talker, blab, blabberer,… …

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  • 51boasting — (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) Bragging speech Nouns 1. boasting, boast, vaunt[ing], puff, fanfaronade, bluster, gasconade, braggadocio, bravado, swagger, exultation, jactation; gloating, exultation; buncombe (See absurdity); bounce… …

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  • 52irascibility — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) Tendency to become angry Nouns 1. irascibility, temper; crossness; petulance, irritability, pugnacity, contentiousness, excitability; bad, hot, fiery, or quick temper, hot blood; ill humor, surliness,… …

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  • 53swashbuckler — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. adventurer, daredevil; bully, swaggerer. See boasting, rashness. II (Roget s 3 Superthesaurus) n. swaggerer, fighting man, adventurer, fencer, soldier of fortune, pirate, blusterer, daredevil …

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  • 54windbag — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n.,slang, bag of wind, gasbag, gasses (sl.), big mouth (sl.), blabbermouth (sl.); braggart, blusterer; gossip, chatterer. See loquacity, boasting. II (Roget s IV) n. Syn. talker, boaster, bore, bag of… …

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  • 55coward — I (Roget s IV) n. Syn. poltroon, craven, recreant, dastard, cur, wheyface, sneak, faintheart, mollycoddle, milksop, milquetoast, baby, shirker, deserter, bully, blusterer, weakling, panicmonger, scaramouch, alarmist, caitiff, pessimist,… …

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  • 56swaggerer — (Roget s 3 Superthesaurus) n. strutter, *cock of the walk, blusterer, *blowhard, peacock, braggart, showoff, *grandstander, pompous ass, swashbuckler …

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  • 57Violence — (Roget s Thesaurus) < N PARAG:Violence >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 violence violence inclemency vehemence might impetuosity Sgm: N 1 boisterousness boisterousness &c. >Adj. Sgm: N 1 effervescence effervescence ebullition Sgm …

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  • 58Insolence — (Roget s Thesaurus) >Undue assumption of superiority. < N PARAG:Insolence >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 insolence insolence Sgm: N 1 haughtiness haughtiness &c. >Adj. Sgm: N 1 arrogance arrogance airs Sgm: N 1 overbearance overbearance …

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  • 59Irascibility — (Roget s Thesaurus) < N PARAG:Irascibility >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 irascibility irascibility irascibleness temper Sgm: N 1 crossness crossness &c. >Adj. Sgm: N 1 susceptibility susceptibility procacity petulance irritability …

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  • 60bully — [16] Bullies have undergone a sad decline in status. In the 16th century the word meant ‘sweetheart’: ‘Though she be somewhat old, it is my own sweet bully’, John Bale, Three laws 1538. But gradually the rot set in, its meaning passing through… …

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