Swagger sentence example

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  • This one had that old money, all-American boy swagger that begged for something cute.
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  • He was dressed casually in jeans and a t-shirt and moved with the swagger of youth, someone without a care in the world.
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  • Look at his arrogant swagger as he whips his floppy hair across his brow.
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  • Enthusiastic, raw and inspiring, he delivers consistently bold performances with the guileless swagger of enduring innocence.
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  • Guns N Roses' sound and look was certainly contemporary, yet they also honored the past masters of hard rock, like Aerosmith and The Stooges through their swagger and stripped down sound.
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  • Boys will don skirts and stuff bras with Kleenex, girls will stipple pretend-whiskers and wear ridiculous baseball caps, and cavort and swagger down the halls.
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  • His personal motto is "10% looks, 90% swagger."
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  • Typically, leather jackets are associated with a cool, devil-may-care attitude - a bit of swagger and defiance don't hurt, either.
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  • A modern retro pervaded D²'s show in cotton knits and denim suiting while D&G achieved sublime casual luxe by uniting cotton pajama fabrics and a lounge wear ease with suiting and classic swagger.
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  • Bentley has written a self-help book, called Advance Your Swagger, in which he encourages and teaches basic etiquette and good manners.
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  • Shiny Toys Guns play the kind of music that you know is technically electronica, but yet has all the sweat, swagger, and sex appeal of punk rock.
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  • The swagger style was wide and roomy, with no designated waist.
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  • He is tall and handsome, with an arrogant swagger as he whips his floppy hair across his brow.
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  • Imagine Jarvis Cocker writing lyrics for Paul McCartney or putting dry observational wit in to Franz Ferdinand 's hip-swinging swagger to make punk-funk fun.
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  • Perhaps I am overlooking the swagger stick, which " accessory " was a debatable item of uniform for various services at various periods.
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  • Super Ultra Masters - Eric Dowey Eric poses as well as his confident swagger on to the stage would suggest.
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  • Compared to results of the OL RB250 on the Linn, bass and rhythmic drive had less sass and swagger with the Encounter.
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  • Fresh new character design - Dante appears younger, but still has his stylish swagger and rock star good looks.
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  • Adam Lambert, though he was pretty humble, had that swagger.
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  • They have a swagger, not too cocky, it's not a chip on the shoulder attitude thing, they just know.
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  • It's no secret that Kris Allen isn't the guy that has the "I am the greatest" sort of swagger.
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  • Well, love can save us from the bitter sneer of envy and the ridiculous swagger of boastfulness.
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  • United have got that famous swagger back in the last month.
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  • The girl tried to ape the boy's swagger, the way he kicked and splashed at every rock in his path like he was going for an ice cream or coming home from school instead of crawling deeper into the earth in this hell hole.
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  • The combination of his white toothbrush mustache, his Medal of Honor and his swagger stick were quite overwhelming.
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  • cocky Mancunian swagger ten years ago?
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  • cocksure swagger, spitting out clever acurate lyrics that make you think.
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  • The grand finale saw Razorlight swagger on to the stage of the Shepherds Bush Empire at 6.30pm on Saturday evening.
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  • Is it even really the same band that hijacked Britpop with a cocky Mancunian swagger ten years ago?
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  • Live, Scully entertain as much as they captivate, with their cocksure swagger, spitting out clever acurate lyrics that make you think.
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  • He walks shirtless with a macho swagger, yet underneath he is insecure.
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  • swagger stick, which " accessory " was a debatable item of uniform for various services at various periods.
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  • Imagine Jarvis Cocker writing lyrics for Paul McCartney or putting dry observational wit in to Franz Ferdinand's hip-swinging swagger to make punk-funk fun.
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  • In an instant one psychedelic traveler meets the gentle swagger of an old hobo going the other way.
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