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bravado
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Emma
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  • You think you carry it off very well, I dare say, but with you it is a sort of bravado, an air of affected unconcern; I always observe it whenever I meet you under those circumstances.

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  • tough soldiers with plenty of bravado
  • a trace of bravado in her stance

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