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noun as in bluster

noun as in braggadocio

noun as in mouth

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Example Sentences

Not bragging, but come on, most guys my age can handle maybe one or two in one night.

He is known for bragging about how he has “filled a whole cemetery.”

ISIS fighters in Iraq are bragging about an Iranian drone they claim to have captured.

And yet, could Alison Grimes go around the state bragging about this?

The Texas senator is hardly the only Republican bragging about how popular he is.

I hope you don't mind my bragging all over the place of the great honour she did me the other day in appearing quite by herself.

It's a perfect scream to hear her bragging about 'my son's farm.'

For a whole hour have ye been insulting me with your bragging wagers.

Those qualities were greed and persistence in acquisitiveness, cunning and subtlety, also bragging and self-assertiveness.

He's such a roistering, bragging personage that I've named him Benvenuto Cellini—though he's neither liar nor thief.


On this page you'll find 970 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to bragging, such as: aloof, bossy, cavalier, cocky, haughty, and imperious.

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