boastful

[ bohst-fuhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF boastful

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BOASTFUL

He turned to the father, and spoke with an air of boastful good nature.

“I am a night cabby, I am,” he whispered, with a sort of boastful exasperation.

His boastful accents died away into a mumble: "Dunno what I should do."

False and boastful conceits and phrases mount upwards and take their place.

"Unaided I walked here from the house," he informed her with a boastful air.

I 'm well acquainted with his boastful habit: he's not so dangerous as he 'd have us to believe.'

This boastful phrase might have been prompted by the most profound Machiavellism.

This boastful phrase might have been prompted by the most profound Machiavelism.

Thus for a long time he stayed, and was secure and boastful.

This flush of victory excited the redskins' vanity to a boastful frenzy.

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