Offshore balancing, by contrast, reemerges when the money and bravado have run out.
They have a great sense of performance, bravado, and audacity.
Picasso, with his polka-dot shirt and clashing tie attempted an air of bravado, but lost confidence by the minute.
And that fear was fueled by ignorance, bravado, misinformation, history, and even popular culture.
And he was rewarded for his bravado with a round of hearty applause and laughter.
I used that bravado stunt, and though its all right nowyet it made him a lot of bother.
My tone was purposed insolence; I met his look with bravado.
He was afraid of this strange young man who seemed so daring and yet had an effect of bravado rather than guilt.
The last fragment of self-respect, of bravado even, was in tatters.
Men will carry off curiosity with various kinds of laughter and bravado, just as they will carry off drunkenness or bankruptcy.