Antonyms for bragged

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Virtue, once bragged about, once you pride yourself upon it, ceases to be such.

"It's easy," bragged Herman, and proceeded to demonstrate that statement.

He set on the thwart and bragged about what he'd do when he got back to "Petey" again.

And the way they crowed and bragged about their "finds" wa'n't fit to put in the log.

He bragged indefatigably of his club and the people whom he met there.

They strutted and bragged as if the millions were already theirs.

"You bet I'll keep a peeper on him," he bragged, reaching for his hat.

"I take what the gods give, my dear, and ask leave of no man," bragged Wadley.

She told him what a delightful evening it had been, and bragged a little of her own success.

"You've bragged that you'll fight any man who dares disagree with you," Haggar said loudly.