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Volume 1, A-G, J.E.Lighter Editor
blowhard—obnoxiously boastful person or windbag, 1823. References through end of the century
Tags: historical slang, Slang, victorian slang, Victorian Slang of the Week
This is wonderful. I didn’t realize how old that word is–maybe because I was too busy being a blowhard.
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