The bluster of wind screached in his ears.
The basketball players liked to bluster about their skills but few could make the shot.
The winds bluster and howl against the window, shaking the house violently.
The gambler bluffed obnoxiously about her hand, hoping to deceive her opponents with bluster.
The generals bluster of war but will not risk open conflict.
The frat boys bluster through the bar as though no one can touch them.
Her father did not mean his bluster of threats, he was just frustrated with her rude behavior.
They do not sing but bluster the lyrics, and they sound terrible.
The bluster of the busy city drowned out her words.
Although he sounded indignant, he spoke mere bluster and would not follow through on his anger.
First time around there was the usual bluster about porn.
Do not bluster about dead theology or throw Calvin's name around in derision, just read the words themselves in the Bible.
bluster a bit but would consider that Tandy and Blackwell were really of little consequence to them.
bluster out of control.
Beneath the bluster and machismo, he was - both his grandson and Bogdanovich insist - an immensely cultured, well-read man.
mudslide area, despise Chavez for that bit of nationalistic bluster.
The opposition is attempting to cover with bluster and lies its abject failure to unseat the government.
It will take a little of the bluster out of him.
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