blouster

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blouster (plural blousters)

  1. (meteorological) A violent gust of wind.

Verb[edit]

tae blouster (third-person singular simple present blousters, present participle blousterin, simple past bloustert, past participle bloustert)

  1. (meteorological) (Of the wind): To blow violently.
  2. To brag or boast; to bluster.

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