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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishblusterblus‧ter /ˈblʌstə $ -ər/ verb  1 TALK TO somebody[intransitive, transitive] to speak in a loud angry way that is not really very impressive ‘That’s hardly the point, ’ he blustered.2 DN[intransitive] if the wind blusters, it blows violentlybluster noun [uncountable]blustering adjective blustering wintry weather→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
blusterI believe deeply in persuasion, not bluster and bombast.By now the skies were black, a chill wind was blustering down the street and the rain was slashing sideways.We are expected to follow their fickle games, before launching our rich domestic cargo upon those blue, blustering flames.The remains of the sun were blustered into long shadows by the thin wind.Laz pumps my hand in a blustering manner that sends his straight hair bobbing over his ruddy face.It was blustering with rain again.