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Courtiers are, with regard to court rumors, like old soldiers, who distinguish through the blasts of wind and bluster of leaves the sound of the distant steps of an armed troop.
His quiet insistence made Archer feel the clumsiness of his own bluster.
Instead, it went out with a wild, white bluster and blow.
Richardson demanded, with a very weak attempt at bluster.
Behind her came Taug, warily and with many pauses and much bluster, and still behind him came other bulls, snarling ferociously and uttering their uncanny challenges.
Yes, yes, bully and bluster as much as you like," he said sulkily; "the difficulty about the money is not the only difficulty.