Related formswind·bag·ger·y, noun
Examples from the Web for windbag
He can still come off like a windbag with a know-it-all air.
The hour of all windbags does arrive; every windbag is at length ripped and collapses.
He was admonished, but stood impenitent, and even "called the worthy magistrate a windbag and a sham."Thomas Carlyle|Hector Carsewell Macpherson
In his letters during this period, everyone who differs from him is denounced as a charlatan and a windbag.Schopenhauer|Margrieta Beer