As a sports columnist, Lipsyte was a swaggering sociologist.
There is little evidence of the swaggering tailoring of Bill Blass, none of the impassioned sensuality of Donna Karan.
Amir moves from a swaggering hotshot who seems to know it all to a broken man now questioning everything.
Prisons are notoriously tightlipped when it comes to negative publicity, and officials often act with a swaggering confidence.
First, because by swaggering, “we will fix it—we will move on,” Dimon has claimed dominance over global markets.
He was styled the "swaggering prime minister," and his name was long pronounced with contempt and odium.
"What the deuce," he said, swaggering mentally to hide his own shame from himself.
Not that his manner betrays anything like swagger—for he is evidently not one of the swaggering sort.
His step was swaggering and he looked immensely satisfied with himself.
Across a patch of radiance she beheld the swaggering promenade of one of the young cookees; he brandished a hatchet truculently.