Hizzoner asked in a pleading tone—an extremely rare posture for a man who in the past had swaggered with an air of invincibility.
In cowboy boots and fake Stetson, and with a large pistol on his hip, he swaggered around Parchman as if he owned it.
He swaggered into the school cafeteria that day with a .22 caliber handgun and started shooting randomly.
But if they kept a life, and swaggered; I (God be thanked) am not bound to imitate them.
Bill McCandless leaped from the saddle and swaggered to the corral bars.
Yet he feared to meet her eyes, and was glad of a saluting sepoy who swaggered jauntily past the open gate.
He swaggered a little over the letter and told the family he had to, it was such luck.
I had swaggered, boasted, had taken a challenge for a bout and a quarrel like any hanger-on of a tavern.
He paused and swaggered a little on the precarious support of his cracker box.
Each company was headed by a piper who swung and swaggered, blowing deep into the lungs of his instrument.