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used in A Prayer for Owen Meany

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walk or behave in a highly confident or proud manner — often arrogant and sometimes to impress or intimidate others
  • Walking with Owen Meany at Hampton Beach was ill-advised; he was so strikingly small, he was teased and roughed up by the delinquent young men who tilted the pinball machines and swaggered in the heated vicinity of the girls in their cotton-candy-colored clothes.
    p. 289.6

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