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Date: 1400-1500
Origin: Probably from Middle Low German blüsteren

bluster

verb
     
Related topics: Nature
blus‧ter
1 [intransitive and transitive] to speak in a loud angry way that is not really very impressive:
'That's hardly the point,' he blustered.
2DN [intransitive] if the wind blusters, it blows violently
bluster noun [uncountable]
blustering adjective:
blustering wintry weather

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