Definition of strut:
sidle, ripple, browbeat, chasse, fluff, display, put on airs, cock, scaffold, rumple, riffle, disport, limp, cockle, ruffle, framework, swagger, frame, undulate, sashay, support, swaggie, swagman, trek, stalk, amble, prance, pace, tittup, produce, flick, foundation, exhibit, stroll, swank, buttress, flash, swash, stride, hike, stride proudly, pleat, gantry, bully, stanchion, lay out, self-love, gait, ruffle up, shuffle, wander, step, goose step, stray, walk, mess up, flounce, mix, walk with a strut, stagger, move, show off, sport, expose, unveil.
- beam (part of speech: noun)
- boast (part of speech: verb)
When by mere force of habit they grew more familiar with him, he would strut up and engage them in long conversations, listen to all they said with consummate good nature, giving his opinion in return.- "A Dozen Ways Of Love", Lily Dougall.
- "Richard Carvel, Complete", Winston Churchill Last Updated: March 5, 2009.
- "Life Blood", Thomas Hoover.