Definition of bloviator in English:

bloviator

noun

US
informal
  • See bloviate

    • ‘But for a moment, I want to pretend the bloviators are serious.’
    • ‘Alice especially despised those sorts of affected fools found in disproportionately large numbers in academe: bloviators, bad photographers, bad writers, poseurs.’
    • ‘In a vacuum or at the state level they are vulnerable to the self-satisfied: cruisers, well-funded sinecures, bloviators, experts without portfolios or the simply ineffective.’
    • ‘They said I was jumping down from my perch and turning myself into just another bloviator in the unregulated, highly idiosyncratic and often preposterously self-indulgent crowd of bloggers.’
    • ‘Will the voters really return this bloviator to the Senate for another six years?’