EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BRAGGADOCIO
She began to talk of priests in a tone of contempt and braggadocio.
Drayton made up to Greta and the parson with an air of braggadocio.
It makes jealousies, braggadocio and keeps up the fight spirit.
It was all braggadocio on her part; but it had the desired effect.
It was nothing but the vain boast of a brute, a coward and a braggadocio!
I therefore told him, in so many words, that he was a braggadocio, and could not do what he said.
That story shows about the time when Nolan's braggadocio must have broken down.
His manner suggested a mixture of braggadocio and self-distrust.
But courage, not unmixed with braggadocio, was still the character of the time.
But the warrior's braggadocio received a sharp check from Titokowaru.
Spenser's coinage, 1590, as a name for his personification of vainglory, from brag, with augmentative ending by analogy to the Italian words then in vogue in England. In general use by 1594 for "an empty swaggerer;" of the talk of such persons, from 1734.
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