- n.搖晃,水潭,贓物,珍貴物,垂花飾 vi.搖晃,垂下
- He took his prize and swaggered back to his seat.
- Don't swagger (around) just because you got the job.
- A swaggering, cocky manner.
- Boys come swaggering out of exams declaring it to have been a piece of piss.
- Behind the new-found swagger not all went according to plan in china.
- An unsettled calm returned to bangkok yesterday with young demonstrators swaggering around displaying trophies of what they considered their victory: captured body armour shields wrecked armoured personnel carriers and riot batons.
- Mr kerviel is alleged to have outfoxed rather than pulled rank on risk managers but swaggering traders can find it all too easy to ignore the concerns of meek back-office types.
- Bernard left the room with a swagger.
- Macho? No.try swaggering mama's boy hypocrite shall we?
- Ants on the locust tree assume a great-nation swagger; and mayflies lightly plot to topple the giant tree.
- Nothing swaggered with a raucous noise to disarrange the perfect harmony.
- He swaggered out of the room with much elegance and gentility.
- His eye was alight his color coppery his air swagger devil-may-care bacchanal.
- He swaggered among the tall o'haras like a strutting bantam in a barnyard of giant cochin roosters and they loved him baited him affectionately to hear him roar and hammered on him with their large fists no more than was necessary to keep a baby brother in his proper place.
- Theritos may be a braggart but he backs up his swagger with his fierce fighting skills.