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Definition of "swaggerer" [swag•ger•er]

  • One who swaggers. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "swaggerer" in a sentence
  • "While many were against Bush, primarily for being an idiot, a corporate welfare provider, a war mongerer, a swaggerer and, most importantly, a religious nut, they were never anti-government, and never advocated violence or used terms like what's in use today by the tea party."
  • "It conveys a sense that everything that anyone needs to know can be seen in the body language of the swaggerer."
  • "That observation alone should expose the fraud behind the recent blustering in Anbar province -- and the subsequent lie, "We're kicking ass." -- by our phony Panglossian swaggerer and grossly incompetent fool, President George W. Bush."