Thesaurus / braggart
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Drawcansir, draw′kan-sėr, n. a blustering fellow, a braggart.

There are nearly always the old miser or rake, the go-between slave, the braggart soldier.

"I would not enter into a pot-house brawl with a braggart boy," he cried.

His Grace of OsmondeFrances Hodgson Burnett

He tried hard to despise the braggart, but ended with envying him.

Tales From Two HemispheresHjalmar Hjorth Boysen

I will champion the Prince, braggart; with a curse on thee for thy base-hearted treachery to thy wife Torfrida!

And it would be a form of madness which I do not believe in, that Nefert should still care for her braggart husband.

Uarda, CompleteGeorg Ebers

He was clutching for his braggart pretense of ease in "high society" like a drowning man scooping armsful of elusive water.

This braggart thought was scarcely formed, ere he rode upon one of his own pitfalls, and immediately disappeared.

I am not telling this in any spirit of the braggart but as a sample of confidence.

Also he was the loudest and most offensive bully and braggart and bad man in southwest Texas.

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