full of hot air
see hot air.
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pompous, arrogant, egotistical, voluble, glib, loquacious, articulate, effusive, garrulous, chatty, biased, illogical, senseless, preposterous, wrong, stupid, contradictory, absurd, arbitrary, silly
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