Definition of Blowhards

1. Noun. (plural of blowhard) ¹



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Definition of Blowhards

1. blowhard [n] - See also: blowhard

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Blowhards

blowdryers
blowe
blowed
blower
blowers
blowest
bloweth
blowfish
blowfishes
blowflies
blowfly
blowfly strike
blowgun
blowguns
blowhard
blowhards (current term)
blowholes
blowhorn
blowier
blowies
blowiest
blowin'
blowiness
blowinesses
blowing
blowing agent
blowing away
blowing gas

Literary usage of Blowhards

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1. Army Life of an Illinois Soldier: Including a Day by Day Record of Sherman's by Charles Wright Wills (1906)
"They are an awful set of blowhards. Sid., Theo., Ben Rockhold and John Wallace arc on picket out of our mess to-night. The picket was fired on last night ..."

2. The Upward Leading: Pulpit Talks Under Various Auspices by James Henry Potts (1905)
"blowhards are the pests of society. There is the political blowhard. He always has the best of the argument because he can bellow the loudest and hold out ..."

3. Fores's Sporting Notes & Sketches. a Quarterly Magazine Descriptive of (1886)
"... to have drunk a stirrup cup, one by one the old blowhards crept up the companion, and soon were rowed on board their respective vessels. ..."

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