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Theoretical physicist Sabine Hossenfelder, who probably is the smartest person on her block, has fun in her latest video skewering the scientific braggart.
Sometimes being a great braggart isn’t about how much money you got.
He had never been a braggart; his hostility had always been lazy and cynical.
Richard sent a shaft through the very heart of this braggart Turk.
WITH SPURS OF GOLDFRANCES NIMMO GREENE
But the Huguenot generals evidently imagined that there was nothing in the speech beyond the prating of a silly braggart.
She would not marry a coward or a braggart, even if he were the owner of ten thousand acres.
Perhaps it was for the cowardice he had displayed in action, for he was an arrant coward and braggart.
If you refuse to wrestle, I will brand you as a blower and a braggart—a fellow not fit to be accepted in the society of gentlemen.
FRANK MERRIWELL'S RACESBURT L. STANDISH
At the same time the Emperor himself acted the part of a bully and braggart towards a weak and feeble old man.
THE WAR UPON RELIGIONREV. FRANCIS A. CUNNINGHAM
"Your order shall be obeyed," replied Captain Lewis, although he looked with contempt upon the braggart whom he addressed.

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