He can still come off like a windbag with a know-it-all air.
And Mr. Spurgeon was no windbag—vox et præterea nihil; no darling pet of old women whose Christianity was flabby as an oyster.
Since when has the son of a chief learnt to talk with the loud tongue and windbag swagger of the Amabuna?
He was a knight of industry of the very worst description—a braggart, a talker, a windbag.
With the inconceivably-maniacal Swiss quartette, who shout and caper, and produce hideous sounds from throat and windbag.
Happily less, far less, than usual of the windbag about Sexton.
In his letters during this period, everyone who differs from him is denounced as a charlatan and a windbag.
He shall not be a man of the people; else in that case he would be a demagogue, a windbag, a vox et prterea nil.
No opportunity for windbag to come into action; now is the time, as champion of privileges of House of Commons.
The hour of all windbags does arrive; every windbag is at length ripped and collapses.