Definition of blusterer in English:

blusterer

noun

  • See bluster

    • ‘In both cases, when the going got tough, the blusterers got out.’
    • ‘In an hour, the students go from confident blusterers to humbled novices.’
    • ‘She first pins her hopes on a Portuguese captain who turns out to be hollow blusterer.’
    • ‘What I'm talking about are serial losers and bamboozlers, serial frauds and fakes, serial blusterers and blowhards.’
    • ‘It's a dubious, lop-sided kind of integrity at best - but at least this bullying blusterer of a politician was prepared to take action and not wring his hands in the face of a rising tide of simplistic, fear-driven politics.’

Pronunciation

blusterer

/ˈblʌstərə/