windbaggery


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windbaggery

(ˈwɪndˌbæɡərɪ)
n
informal lengthy talk or discussion with little or no interesting content
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We endured years of Salmond windbaggery about great renewable inward investments which all turned to dust.
Much spluttering and windbaggery follows by successive governments along with a raft of empty promises to do better in the future.
Now, after decades of windbaggery from the global political class, the transition away from hydrocarbons has become a desperate affair.
Ninety minutes of po-faced windbaggery devoted to a terrifying modern addiction which many observers believe has got way out of control.
This should come as no surprise to anyone who follows the windbaggery of almost all NH politicos: The State of Granite is one of the five least humble states in the US of A.