windbag

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EtymologyEdit

wind +‎ bag

NounEdit

windbag (plural windbags)

  1. (archaic) Bellows for an organ.
  2. (mildly derogatory) someone who talks excessively
    • 1964, Jesse Hill Ford, , page 111:
      Some windbag. Hell, ain't I seen your kind before? ... Some bag of wind. You're just hot air, that's all.

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Last modified on 11 January 2014, at 19:55