boast[ bohst ]SEE DEFINITION OF boast
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BOAST
You have acknowledged, that he has nothing to boast of from them.
The man, this Solmes, you may suppose, has no reason to boast of his progress with me.
We wasn't none of us much to boast of; but Dick, he went too fur.
Instead, she was inclined to boast over her ability to bamboozle men at her will.
He should never have had to boast of the slaughter of our men.
"And yet you boast of your general—your leader," said the other boy.
Law of a people who boast of mercy and truth and equal rights and justice to all.
He used to boast that he had a lawsuit for every letter in the alphabet.
No other class can boast of such social, moral and material ascendency.
They are a pair of excellent girls, Heyward, and such as any one may boast of.