: to talk or act with noisy swaggering threats
- brags and blusters but rarely does what he says he'll do
: to blow in stormy noisy gusts
: to be windy and boisterous
- … when autumn blusters and the orchard rocks.
- —Robert Browning
: to utter with noisy self-assertiveness
- "I don't want to hear it!" he blustered.
: to drive or force by blustering
- … trying to bluster us into the belief that they are much better than they look.
- —F. A. Swinnerton