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verb as in talk boastingly

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Many of my co-workers who are parents are doing the unimaginable and still tackling so much, but others are bragging about going on a daily fall hike or other activities.

Tim Cook starts the presentation bragging about all the new Apple products we’ve gotten this year.

All they got was bragging rights, which is more fulfilling than watching Andy eat.

Vigneti delle Dolomiti, Italy, $18And this is the wine you sip back in the ski lodge, by the fire, while you brag about your adventure down the mountain.

To some people, he was flashy, bragging falsely about being a sniper in Iraq, but to others, he was serious-minded.

He also bragged about earning a PhD, a point Smerconish did not question.

Zuckerberg himself has bragged that he is able to predict which site members will hook up with whom based on their site activity.

Few bragged about online dating, often keeping the whole ordeal secret, as it reeked of dating desperation.

“My father never bragged or talked about his accomplishments, but the family knew what he did,” the son said.

Spears, on the other hand, bragged about being a virgin to the media.

Ball had been to school before, and of this school he often bragged as the acme of desirability and wickedness.

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

It was a clear day of middle March; the sun rode high in a blue sky, and some jays bragged and jeered in the spruces.

He bragged all over the country that he had worn out six pair of shoe-pacs looking for Paul.

And he always made good whenever he bragged; and the more noise he made the more dangerous he was.


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On this page you'll find 24 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to bragged, such as: crow, gloat, boast, prate, exult, and gasconade.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.