A bold manner or a show of boldness intended to impress or intimidate: he possesses none of the classic wheeler-dealer’s casual bravado
More example sentences
- Swagger and arrogance is all very well but until that huge European Cup is hoisted aloft it is merely bluster and bravado.
- Amid all the glorious fanfares and bravado there will be some frightened and anxious people.
- He has the swagger and bravado - the coloured hair and the flash motor.