Synonyms of swagger in English:

swagger


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verb

1‘we swaggered into the arena dressed in our costumes’

SYNONYMS
strut, parade, stride, roll, prance
walk confidently, walk arrogantly
North American informal sashay
archaic swash

2‘he likes to swagger about his goodness to people’

SYNONYMS
boast, brag, bray, bluster, crow, gloat, parade, strut, posture, pose, blow one's own trumpet, lord it
informal show off, swank, play to the gallery
literary rodomontade

noun

1‘there was a slight swagger in his stride’

SYNONYMS
strut, parading, roll, prancing
confidence, arrogance, self-assurance, show, ostentation

2‘Singleton was full of swagger now’

SYNONYMS
boasting, bragging, bluster, bumptiousness, brashness, swashbuckling, vainglory, puffery
informal showing off, swank
literary braggadocio, rodomontade, gasconade