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Take care, Captain, misplaced courage is frequently braggadocio; your position is desperate.
THE BORDER RIFLESGUSTAVE AIMARD
He called a boasting knight by the name Braggadocio, and we still use the word braggadocio for vain boasting.
The wabeno, on the contrary, consisted wholly in a wild exhibition of mere braggadocio and trick.
THE INDIAN IN HIS WIGWAMHENRY R. SCHOOLCRAFT
Braggadocio here plays a great part, and also the desire to act like grown-ups.
"In course you can feel safe," replied Frost, with a braggadocio air that made Archie put him down as a coward at once.
FRANK IN THE MOUNTAINSHARRY CASTLEMON
He was of unknown nationality, of very powerful frame, a bully and a braggadocio.
CHRISTOPHER CARSONJOHN S. C. ABBOTT
How had he divested himself of that familiar swaggering, bustling braggadocio?
He did not say it with braggadocio, and yet it seemed incongruous, after the glimpse she had had of the man.
THE SALAMANDEROWEN JOHNSON
He had hated the braggadocio of the rainbow row of ribbons on his khaki tunic, which Army discipline alone forced him to wear.
THE MOUNTEBANKWILLIAM J. LOCKE
He gazed at her with a sort of braggadocio of defiance for an instant, then dropped his face into his hands again.
SHADOWS OF FLAMESAMELIE RIVES

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