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  • 21blatherskite — n. (Colloq. U. S. and Scotland.) 1. Blusterer, vaporer, prater, vapid talker, voluble dunce, noisy fool. 2. Vaporing, voluble vapidity. See bluster …

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  • 22braggadocio — n. 1. Boaster, blusterer, vaunter, braggart, bouncer, vaporer, blatterer, gascon, vain glorious fellow. 2. Brag. See boast, n …

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  • 23fanfaron — n. 1. Bully, hector, blusterer, swaggerer, vaporer, braggadocio. 2. Empty boaster, vain pretender, blatherskite …

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  • 24fire-eater — n. 1. Duellist, fighting character, quarrelsome brawler. 2. Blusterer, swaggerer, vaporer, Hector, Hotspur, mock hero …

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  • 25gasconader — n. Boaster, braggart, blusterer, vaporer, fanfaron …

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  • 26vaunter — n. Boaster, braggart, braggadocio, drawcansir, roisterer, huff, vaporer, noisy fellow …

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  • 27bully — I. n. 1. Blusterer, swaggerer, vaporer, hector, fire eater, Hotspur, mock hero, swash buckler, browbeater, bully rook, bully rock, domineering stormer. 2. Desperado, villain, blackguard, bawd protector, harlot s henchman. II. v. a. Browbeat,… …

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  • 28bully — n 1. browbeater, hector, ruffian, intimidator, Sl. bulldozer, Inf. terror, coercer, dictator, oppressor, despot, tyrant, hard taskmaster, Simon Legree. 2. blusterer, roisterer, vaporer, ranter, raver, rowdy, U.S. tough; (all usually of women)… …

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  • 29vapor — /ˈveɪpə/ (say vaypuh) noun, verb (t), verb (i) → vapour. –vaporability /veɪpərəˈbɪləti/ (say vaypuhruh biluhtee), noun –vaporable, adjective –vaporer, noun –vaporless …

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  • 30vapor — [vā′pər] n. [ME vapour < Anglo Fr < MFr vapeur < L vapor < IE base * wep , to give off vapors] 1. a) visible particles of moisture floating in the air, as fog, mist, or steam b) any cloudy or imperceptible exhalation, as smoke or… …

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