Definition Of swagger
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 .