blus|ter|ous

blus|ter|ous «BLUHS tuhr uhs», adj,
= blustery. (Cf.blustery)

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • blus´ter|ing|ly — blus|ter «BLUHS tuhr», verb, noun. –intransitive verb. 1. to storm noisily or blow violently: »The wind blustered around the corner of the house. 2. Figurative. to talk noisily and violently: »He was very excited and angry and blustered for a… …   Useful english dictionary

  • blus´ter|er — blus|ter «BLUHS tuhr», verb, noun. –intransitive verb. 1. to storm noisily or blow violently: »The wind blustered around the corner of the house. 2. Figurative. to talk noisily and violently: »He was very excited and angry and blustered for a… …   Useful english dictionary

  • blus|ter — «BLUHS tuhr», verb, noun. –intransitive verb. 1. to storm noisily or blow violently: »The wind blustered around the corner of the house. 2. Figurative. to talk noisily and violently: »He was very excited and angry and blustered for a while.… …   Useful english dictionary

  • blus|ter|y — «BLUHS tuhr ee», adjective. blustering …   Useful english dictionary

  • bois´ter|ous|ly — bois|ter|ous «BOYS tuhr uhs, truhs», adjective. 1. noisily cheerful: »The room was filled with boisterous laughter. SYNONYM(S): exuberant. 2. rough and stormy; violent: »a boisterous wind. SYNONYM(S): strong, turbulent. 3. ro …   Useful english dictionary

  • bois|ter|ous — «BOYS tuhr uhs, truhs», adjective. 1. noisily cheerful: »The room was filled with boisterous laughter. SYNONYM(S): exuberant. 2. rough and stormy; violent: »a boisterous wind. SYNONYM(S): strong, turbulent. 3. ro …   Useful english dictionary

  • dex´ter|ous|ly — dex|ter|ous «DEHKS tuhr uhs, truhs», adjective. 1. having skill with the hands: »A typist needs to be dexterous. 2. quick and skillful in bodily movements: »a dexterous acrobat. 3. having or showing skill in using the mind; clever: »A successful… …   Useful english dictionary

  • dex|ter|ous — «DEHKS tuhr uhs, truhs», adjective. 1. having skill with the hands: »A typist needs to be dexterous. 2. quick and skillful in bodily movements: »a dexterous acrobat. 3. having or showing skill in using the mind; clever: »A successful manager must …   Useful english dictionary

  • rois´ter|ous|ly — rois|ter|ous «ROYS tuhr uhs, truhs», adjective. noisy; blustery; boisterous. –rois´ter|ous|ly, adverb …   Useful english dictionary

  • rois|ter|ous — «ROYS tuhr uhs, truhs», adjective. noisy; blustery; boisterous. –rois´ter|ous|ly, adverb …   Useful english dictionary


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