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Bluster Meaning in Bengali. Bluster শব্দের বাংলা অর্থ কি? English to Bangla online dictionary "Bluster meaning in bengali". Google Translate "Bluster".

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Similar Words: bluster, blusteration, blustered, blusterer, blusterers, blustering, blusteringly, blusterous, blusterously, blusters,

Bluster Example in a sentence

Bluster Example in a sentence:

Example Sentences for bluster

Oh, you may bluster, but you won't change my view of things, I can tell you.

Not all this was bluster, for his figures were in the main correct.

It is at any rate that sort of "bluster" at which the justice and humanity of a loyal Englishman must take alarm.

Not bluster, nor even passion, but the stir of the people's heart.

Ned Barker was like a thousand other boys of fourteen, all legs, blunder, and bluster.

This was a situation, not for bluster and rage, but to be competently grappled with.

Sir George might bluster and Copley might threaten, but their threats would be in vain.

He had found it useless to struggle, useless to bluster, to argue or to plead.

The bluster of these (p. 148) resolutions exhausted all the courage of his opponents.

Oh, 'tis well that I should bluster; much I'm like to make of that.

Bluster History and Origin

History of: Bluster

Word Origin & History

bluster late 15c., from M.L.G. blüstren "to blow violently" (see blow (v.1)).

Bluster Synonyms

swagger braggadocio bravado bombast boasting bluff swaggering crowing rabidity bragging boisterousness rampancy

Bluster Definition

verb (used without object)
to roar and be tumultuous, as wind.
to be loud, noisy, or swaggering; utter loud, empty menaces or protests:
He blusters about revenge but does nothing.
verb (used with object)
to force or accomplish by blustering:
He blustered his way through the crowd.
boisterous noise and violence:
the bluster of the streets.
noisy, empty threats or protests; inflated talk:
bluff and bluster.

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