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Synonym: paradestrutSimilar words: daggerstaggerstaggeredstaggeringexaggerateexaggeratedexaggerationswagMeaning: ['swægə(r)]  n. 1. an itinerant Australian laborer who carries his personal belongings in a bundle as he travels around in search of work 2. a proud stiff pompous gait. v. 1. to walk with a lofty proud gait, often in an attempt to impress others 2. discourage or frighten with threats or a domineering manner; intimidate 3. act in an arrogant, overly self-assured, or conceited manner. adj. (British informal) very chic. 
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(1) Don't swagger just because you got the job.
(2) The road in life, uphill to swagger, downhill to be timid and overcautious, way to go straight ahead, take a road to overlooking the foot.
(3) Don't swagger at my friend, speak to me!
(4) He walked in with a swagger.
(5) He walked with something of a swagger.
(6) It's of no help to you if you swagger before me.
(7) He emerged with a macho swagger.
(8) Karlson is full of swagger when it comes to talking about his team.
(9) Ro likes to swagger out of a dark booth as soon as some one buys me a drink.
(10) He had the same pumping swagger that practically every young defendant in the Bronx affected[sentencedict.com], the Pimp Roll.
(11) And every so often a transvestite would swagger past, some more obvious than others.
(12) Teen-agers wearing face masks swagger through small towns carrying Kalashnikovs.
(13) None of the swagger this time.
(14) Remarkably, they can still swill and swagger at the same time, weaving toward an exit.
(15) A spark, a swagger, an aura of confidence.
(16) Bernard left the room with a swagger, clearly pleased with himself.
(17) Calman walked with a swagger, unusual for a lad of twelve years.
(18) The drum-major was terrific, with his jaunty swagger[sentencedict .com], and the lads loved it.
(19) You swagger in here, into my lady's chamber, and shout allegations yet show no evidence.
(20) But their swagger is expressed in the first-person plural, and their luster is vulnerable, always demanding fresh polish.
(21) Every now and then a dad would swagger in and talk to her with reverence but also with a certain courtly gaiety.
(22) The road of life is a spiral path, only swagger, flexible turning, can rise to the ideal.
(23) She walked to the front of the class with a swagger.
(24) He walked out of the room with a self-confident swagger.
(25) Wrap-around sunglasses, black turtlenecks and vintage Rickenbacker guitars top off this respectful and complimentary packaging of six-oh injected swagger.
(26) They ran government trading at Salomon Brothers during the 1980s and early 1990s, ruling with swagger, bravado and hubris.
(27) A place where you can walk the streets, hear the bragging and feel the strut and the swagger.
(28) But above all Fitzgerald envied Hemingway's vigorous worldliness, his swagger and adventurism.
(29) His eye was alight, his color coppery, his air swagger, devil - may - care, bacchanal.
(30) Ten years ago China had it all: a well-nourished workforce, vast reserves of paper money, a new swagger on the international stage.
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