boaster[ boh-ster ]SEE DEFINITION OF boaster
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In France, he is laughed at as a boaster, but not trusted as a warrior.
Captain Barclay could not tolerate a boaster or puppy in any shape.
His eye questioned mine; but there was not a vestige of fear in me towards that boaster.
He had never had so golden an opportunity to down a boaster.
The boaster was sent to thee as a temptation, he was sent as a trial of thy strength, and see!
Or the first threat of a boaster or coward is always the worst.
He furiously brandished his hammer, with intent to annihilate the boaster.
Thus we expresse Thraso a boaster, and Demea a sowre felowe.
Boaster though he was, there was little doubt as to Jordan's efficiency or his courage.
She had been brought up to regard a boaster and a bluff as synonymous.