braggart[ brag-ert ]SEE DEFINITION OF braggart
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BRAGGART
But that's that braggart, major Marvel—and a marvel he is, I can tell you!
He had the reputation of being a hard liver, and something of a braggart.
His friend looked at him with a braggart air, and sang to himself.
He tried hard to despise the braggart, but ended with envying him.
Surely thou wouldst not have son of thine proved liar and braggart?
A fool, a braggart, a liar the less, but still he must leave a vacancy at the hearth!
An American braggart told Cooke that his family was amongst the oldest in Maryland.
If the truth were known, Joseph Bumble proved to be somewhat of a braggart.
He knew that Jasper was something of a braggart and a bully.
Nat was a great bully and braggart, and many of them had suffered insult at his hands.