The third continued in kind with “selfie,” “swagger,” and “twerk.”
Liberals, your correspondent very much included, spent years being repulsed by the Bush swagger.
Some actresses depend not on “feminine wiles” to seduce but on their own way with a swagger.
They had the swagger and the confidence that a powerhouse program deserved.
He was tall and strapping, an outgoing African-American kid, a church-going boy with the swagger of a star athlete.
It was something to swagger about when they were together after their second bottle of claret.
"I'd like to see him do better than I did, that's all," observed Tommy, with a swagger.
This top-lofty sentiment accorded well with the customary assumption and swagger of one of the lords of creation.
"'Rutherford'—'Hastings-on-the-Hudson'—swagger name," commented the clerk.
But Luther did speak up; and there was no swagger about him either.