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blowhard

(ˈbloˈhɑrd)
n. a braggart; a big talker. When and if this blowhard finishes, let’s go.
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When we British look at Donald Trump, we see this blustery blowhard with the silly combover and wonder how on earth anyone can take him seriously.
Since he announced his presidential bid, his blowhard pronouncements and outrageous views have drawn disproportionate media coverage, siphoning attention from Jeb Bush, Marco Rubio and other Republican presidential candidates who party leaders hope can be viable contenders in the 2016 general election.
It is not the first time his mouth has run ahead of his brain -- and it is probably the surest reason why his blowhard buffoonery will be dismissed by all but the most right-wing of Republican supporters.
Colbert is bringing his creative team from "The Colbert Report'' with him to CBS, and has said that he will no longer play the character of a blowhard political talk host that he perfected on the Comedy Central show.
But elections and actions by a mobilized population are quantitatively different than blowhard rhetoric.
follows the antics of the town's women to keep their blowhard men from starting a religious war.
So that must mean kids watching The O'Reilly Factor will experiment with being hateful, blowhard bigots
He preferred to talk to Michelle and the kids than some blowhard nitwit in his 50th term in a congressional safe seat.
New York, Mar 19 (ANI): Right-wing blowhard Ann Coulter has become the latest celebrity to cause a stir with her controversial remarks on the disaster in Japan.
The faux-rightwing blowhard Colbert character will surely hail the choice of Gov.
You might not agree with them, but give them a hearing because speaking out will have caused them a good deal more pause for thought than, off the top of my head, a blowhard newspaper columnist.
The obligatory right-wing radio blowhard soon entered the picture.
Although no one buys blowhard Lapade's true claim that Odejimi shot him, the incident has tainted Odejimi's romantic vision of courtship and marriage.
Pelecanos has a fine way with a felon, and he chillingly captures the blowhard mentality of the would-be criminal.
Normally, one of the worst places to be stuck at a dinner party is next to a blowhard lawyer recounting his involvement in a particular lawsuit.