Blustering [verb]

Definition of Blustering:

bully, intimidate

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Sentence/Example of Blustering:

It was a chill, blustering day, and although the rain held off, the heavens were black with the promise of more to come.

She knew that he loved her—a frank, blustering fellow without guile enough to conceal his feelings, and no desire to do so.

She was always talking and blustering about her famly, the celebrity of the Buckmasters, and the antickety of the Slamcoes.

If you hadn't come in blustering, I should have told you so.

That snap was the signal for his blustering to take flight for he was an arrant coward at heart.

Much nestbuilding, tuneful courtship, and masculine blustering was going on, and there was little police duty for Bobby.

So sink the shadows of night, blustering, rainy; and all paths grow dark.

We had agreeable weather until yesterday, which was wet and blustering, so that we could only snatch two short walks.

Many a wet and dirty walk we had along the lanes, for the weather was often wet and almost always blustering.

Eck is the blustering, intrepid champion of the school,—Aleander the proud ambassador of the arrogant court of the pontiffs.