Definition of Blusterers

1. Noun. (plural of blusterer) ¹



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Definition of Blusterers

1. blusterer [n] - See also: blusterer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Blusterers

blushful
blushfully
blushfulness
blushing
blushing(a)
blushing bride
blushing mushroom
blushingly
blushings
blushless
blusht
blushy
bluster
blustered
blusterer
blusterers (current term)
blusteriness
blustering
blustering(a)
blusteringly
blusterings
blusterous
blusters
blustery
blustrous
blutchers
blutwurst
blutwursts
blvd.
bly

Literary usage of Blusterers

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Gentlemen's Book of Etiquette, and Manual of Politeness: Being a by Cecil B. Hartley (1875)
"Another class of spoilers of conversation are the loud talkers or blusterers. ... While blusterers and determinedly loquacious persons are best left to ..."

2. The British Admirals: With an Introductory View of the Naval History of England by Robert Southey, Robert Bell (1833)
"When lo, unlocked for, in a time serene The blusterers' king, up stirrings bengle tines, Caused the king of green waves greenish reign To swell, ..."

3. The Early Naval History of England by Robert Southey (1835)
"When lo, unlocked for, in a time serene The blusterers' king, up stirrings bengle tines, Caused the king of green waves greenish reign To swell, ..."

4. The Gentlemen's Book of Etiquette, and Manual of Politeness: Being a by Cecil B. Hartley (1873)
"The society enjoyed by this kind of man is a series of first invitations. "While blusterers and determinedly loquacious persona are best left to themselves, ..."

5. Around the world in eighty days, tr. by G.M. Towle by Jules Verne (1874)
"He began to reassure Aouda, telling her that blusterers were never to be feared, and begged Fix to be his second at the approaching duel, a request which ..."

6. The Gentlemen's Book of Etiquette, and Manual of Politeness: Being a by Cecil B. Hartley (1875)
"Another class of spoilers of conversation are the loud talkers or blusterers. ... While blusterers and determinedly loquacious persons are best left to ..."

7. The British Admirals: With an Introductory View of the Naval History of England by Robert Southey, Robert Bell (1833)
"When lo, unlocked for, in a time serene The blusterers' king, up stirrings bengle tines, Caused the king of green waves greenish reign To swell, ..."

8. The Early Naval History of England by Robert Southey (1835)
"When lo, unlocked for, in a time serene The blusterers' king, up stirrings bengle tines, Caused the king of green waves greenish reign To swell, ..."

9. The Gentlemen's Book of Etiquette, and Manual of Politeness: Being a by Cecil B. Hartley (1873)
"The society enjoyed by this kind of man is a series of first invitations. "While blusterers and determinedly loquacious persona are best left to themselves, ..."

10. Around the world in eighty days, tr. by G.M. Towle by Jules Verne (1874)
"He began to reassure Aouda, telling her that blusterers were never to be feared, and begged Fix to be his second at the approaching duel, a request which ..."

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