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swaggering

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swaggering

  1. Present participle of swagger.

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swaggering (comparative more swaggering, superlative most swaggering)

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swaggering (plural swaggerings)

  1. Boastful, blustering behaviour.
    • 1814, George Cruikshank, ‎Robert Cruikshank, The Spirit of the Public Journals
      Since the return of the redoubtable head of the French people to Paris, I have been no less amused by his ill-digested boastings and swaggerings, than I was before delighted by the complete discomfiture of his ambitious plans.