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Singular
Fanfaronade

Plural
Fanfaronades

Fanfaronade (plural Fanfaronades)
  1. Empty boasting, wildly self-assertive

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  • "...Until 1932 they had been right. National Socialism had been a stigma. Among well-born Germans, the Nazi party was regarded as coarse. But that autumn, they were beginning to understand that the door of history had been shut on their Augustan Age of princes and potentates and plumed marshals and glittering little regular armies--on all the fanfaronade that had marked their disciplined, secure world." --William Manchester, "Winston Churchill: The Last Lion, Volume II: Alone 1932-1940," p. 63

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  • The Penguin English Dictionary 2nd Edition, 2003

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