Definition Of swagger

adjective

a very confident and typically arrogant or aggressive gait or manner.

they strolled around the camp with an exaggerated swagger

denoting a coat or jacket cut with a loose flare from the shoulders.

walk or behave in a very confident and typically arrogant or aggressive way.

he swaggered along the corridor

Example Of swagger

  • A goal ahead after four minutes, two up after 19, his players were coasting, and playing with the confident swagger of a team who knew it, when everything unravelled with alarming simplicity.

  • After years of hard-earned success on Broadway, where audiences lapped up their chaotic, anything-goes approach, the brothers arrived in Hollywood with an arrogant swagger .

  • An outsider can feel it too, when a soldier swaggers up to your vehicle and orders the bonnet to be opened.

  • And then staggered and swaggered along with Flint, Carl and TJ our way to Emma's for dinner and to meet Gina's brother Aubrey.

  • And with billions to spend, it gives them a certain swagger .


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