Noun(1) an itinerant Australian laborer who carries his personal belongings in a bundle as he travels around in search of work(2) a proud stiff pompous gait
Verb(1) to walk with a lofty proud gait, often in an attempt to impress others(2) discourage or frighten with threats or a domineering manner; intimidate(3) act in an arrogant, overly self-assured, or conceited manner
Adjective(1) (British informal
(1) Episodic material consists of scales and arpeggios that enhance the music's powerful images - ocean swells, billowing sails, even a sea captain's swagger .(2) Either because it's the truth, or because he enjoys the macho swagger , he has said he feels sad when affairs come to an end but he insists his heart has never been broken.(3) Smit slowly walked back to his chair with an arrogant swagger .(4) Their backs when pushing forward had an arrogant swagger which comes with real talent.(5) There is something of an arrogant swagger about Ibrahimovic.(6) He saw enough in Hicks to remind him of the nihilistic swagger of Bruce.(7) More than the sum of her swagger , drawl and thousand nervous gestures, she embodies her character so seamlessly that the film's artifice seems to disappear.(8) As he twirls again, an officer's sword highlights the confident swagger of today's military man about town.(9) Nevertheless, he captures the music's masculine swagger right from the very first chord.(10) 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 .(11) He approached McGrath with a swagger and challenged him with the question, ├ö├ç├┐Am I not the greatest bowler you've ever seen?├ö├ç├û(12) 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.(13) But while a swagger of smug certainty plays well on television, prudence might argue for an open mind and the occasional flicker of doubt.(14) Have we got what it takes to trip the loutish swagger of the Coalition's stormtroopers?(15) Our sales hero comes alone, wielding an arrogant swagger .(16) Taylor has become one of the vocal leaders of the Miami defense and shows the confident swagger of the great Hurricane defenders.