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BLUS'TER, verb intransitive [Probably allied to blaze, blast.]

1. To be loud, noisy or swaggering; to bully; to purr; to swagger; as a turbulent or boasting person.

2. To roar, and be tumultuous, as wind; to be boisterous; to be windy; ; to hurry.

BLUS'TER, noun Noise; tumult; boasting; boisterousness; turbulence; roar of a tempest; violent wind; hurry; any irregular noise and tumult from wind, or from vanity.