noun Slang.
an exceptionally boastful and talkative person.

1850–55, Americanism Unabridged
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World English Dictionary
blowhard (ˈbləʊˌhɑːd)
1.  a boastful person
2.  blustering or boastful

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Word Origin & History

early 19c., "boastful," from blow (v.1) + hard. Noun meaning "braggart" is recorded from 1820s.
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Example sentences
R candidate right-wing blowhard or tax-avoiding rich guy.
It's maddening that such a liar, such complete blowhard can command those kinds of sales.
He's a blowhard whose only talent is attracting a rabid audience of complete idiots.
One is a college dropout and blowhard, the other finished medical school and got a degree.
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