He was blusterous and garrulous and, to Burgess' amazement, not at all amused.
The miller was a blusterous fellow, who could swear in lusty anger and laugh in boisterous sport in a single breath.
Thomas Batchgrew's blusterous voice frankly showed acute irritation.
In the early March days, when the winds were keen and blusterous, Mr. Williams died; his end was very sudden.
blusterous Person (who has forced a cigar on unwilling Club acquaintance).
His blusterous beginning ended in a speculating glance at her mouth.
Hebron is, to use the expressive term of the Newfoundland fishermen, a "blusterous" place.
It is generally (not always) a more or less crazy idea, but one hails it as an oasis in the desert of blusterous commonplace.
A blusterous wind had risen during the day, and still continued to increase.