unswaggering

swaggering

[swag-er-ing]
adjective
pertaining to, characteristic of, or behaving in the manner of a person who swaggers.

Origin:
1590–1600; swagger + -ing2

swaggeringly, adverb
unswaggering, adjective
unswaggeringly, adverb
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swagger
1590, first recorded in Shakespeare ("Midsummer Night's Dream," III.i.79), probably a frequentative form of swag (v.). The noun is attested from 1725.
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