I do not believe in the fanfaronade that all men are by nature equal.
This was the derisive answer that Clarissa made to this fanfaronade of old Joshua.
There was, no doubt, in the movement a good deal of claret and fanfaronade.
Valour profits not; neither has fortune smiled on Fanfaronade.
Bowing to madame and the hotel people, we sailed gracefully out of the hotel yard, Rattray too-tooing a fanfaronade on the horn.
He seems to think and act much like a chief, without the fanfaronade of the character.
At the head of it rode Fanfaronade himself upon a white horse, which pranced and caracoled to the sound of the trumpets.
At the sight of him the Princess lost her wits entirely, and determined that Fanfaronade and nobody else would she marry.
Take this pitcher of milk and drink it up, and whatever you do, don't leave a drop for Fanfaronade.'
But the Princess scarcely gave a glance to any of these treasures, for she thought of nothing but Fanfaronade.