pertaining to, characteristic of, or behaving in the manner of a person who swaggers.
verb (used without object)
to walk or strut with a defiant or insolent air.
to boast or brag noisily.
verb (used with object)
to bring, drive, force, etc., by blustering.
swaggering manner, conduct, or walk; ostentatious display of arrogance and conceit.
(intransitive) to walk or behave in an arrogant manner
(intransitive) often foll by about. to brag loudly
(transitive) (rare) to force, influence, etc, by blustering
arrogant gait, conduct, or manner
(Brit, informal, rare) elegantly fashionable
other names for swagman
- Swagger portrait
noun a commissioned painting of a well-to-do or self-important person Word Origin swagger ‘self-importance’ + portrait
noun 1. a short, batonlike stick, usually leather-covered, sometimes carried by army officers, soldiers, etc. swagger stick noun 1. a short cane or stick carried on occasion mainly by army officers
noun 1. (Austral & NZ, slang) short for swagman
noun 1. a suspended wreath, garland, drapery, or the like, fastened up at or near each end and hanging down in the middle; festoon. 2. a wreath, spray, or cluster of foliage, flowers, or fruit. 3. a festoon, especially one very heavy toward the center. 4. a swale. 5. a swaying or lurching movement. verb […]