swaggerer

  • 1 Swaggerer — Swag ger*er, n. One who swaggers; a blusterer; a bully; a boastful, noisy fellow. Shak. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 2 swaggerer — noun see swagger I …

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  • 3 swaggerer — See swagger. * * * …

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  • 4 swaggerer — noun One who swaggers. Syn: boaster, braggart, bragger, swagger …

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  • 5 swaggerer — 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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  • 6 swaggerer — (Roget s 3 Superthesaurus) n. strutter, *cock of the walk, blusterer, *blowhard, peacock, braggart, showoff, *grandstander, pompous ass, swashbuckler …

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  • 7 swaggerer — swag·ger·er || swægÉ™rÉ™(r) n. one who swaggers, braggart, boaster …

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  • 8 swaggerer — n. Blusterer, bully, braggart, boaster, braggadocio, Gascon, swash buckler, fire eater, Sir Lucius O Trigger …

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  • 9 swaggerer — n 1. swashbuckler, swasher, strutter, blusterer, Brit. Si. bucko, bully, cock of the walk; snob, dandy, prig, coxcomb, fop; braggart, braggadocio, gascon, boaster, fanfaron, Sl. blowhard, Sl. gasbag, Sl. hot air artist; blatherskite, Sl. windbag …

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  • 10 swaggerer — swag·ger·er …

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  • 11 swaggerer — noun someone who walks in an arrogant manner • Derivationally related forms: ↑swagger • Hypernyms: ↑pedestrian, ↑walker, ↑footer …

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  • 12 swagger — swaggerer, n. /swag euhr/, v.i. 1. to walk or strut with a defiant or insolent air. 2. to boast or brag noisily. v.t. 3. to bring, drive, force, etc., by blustering. n. 4. swaggering manner, conduct, or walk; ostentatious display of arrogance and …

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  • 13 The Honest Whore — is an early Jacobean city comedy, written in two parts; Part 1 is a collaboration between Thomas Dekker and Thomas Middleton, while Part 2 is the work of Dekker alone. The plays were acted by the Admiral s Men.Part 1 The Honest Whore, Part 1 was… …

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  • 14 swashbuckler — 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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  • 15 Blusterer — Blus ter*er, n. One who, or that which, blusters; a noisy swaggerer. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 16 Braggadocio — Brag ga*do cio, n. [From Braggadocchio, a boastful character in Spenser s Fa[ e]rie Queene. ] 1. A braggart; a boaster; a swaggerer. Dryden. [1913 Webster] 2. Empty boasting; mere brag; pretension. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 17 Fanfaron — Fan fa*ron, n. [F., fr. Sp. fanfarron; cf. It. fanfano, and OSp. fanfa swaggering, boasting, also Ar. farf[=a]r talkative.] A bully; a hector; a swaggerer; an empty boaster. [R.] Dryden. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 18 Ruffler — Ruf fler, n. 1. One who ruffles; a swaggerer; a bully; a ruffian. [1913 Webster] Assaults, if not murders, done at his own doors by that crew of rufflers. Milton. [1913 Webster] 2. That which ruffles; specifically, a sewing machine attachment for …

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  • 19 Swagger — Swag ger, n. The act or manner of a swaggerer. [1913 Webster] He gave a half swagger, half leer, as he stepped forth to receive us. W. Irving. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 20 Swashbuckler — Swash buc kler, n. A bully or braggadocio; a swaggering, boastful fellow; a swaggerer. Milton. [1913 Webster] …

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