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swagger stick

Translation of swagger stick in Spanish:

noun

  • (especially British English)
    Example sentences
    • Landry, now Lair's deputy, carried a swagger stick, and it was easy to picture him handling tough and dangerous situations.
    • His eyes still glowed, his bearing was elegant, aided by the cane he carried as a swagger stick.
    • Officers would tuck their swagger sticks under their arms, blow their whistles and leap over the top.

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