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touts

verb as in brag about, show off

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The President frequently touts his international culture background as proof of his understanding of other cultures.

Even in New York City, a place that touts itself as a progressive bastion, Sikhs have suffered a string of hate crimes.

Jeffries touts his law enforcement background as assistant attorney general.

It touts its “scarcely dressed waitresses who will make your heart beat faster, will make sure your glass is always filled up!”

The first big measure Strain touts in his essay is infrastructure.

I've met some of the missionaries of her particular gospel-shop in India, and a nice lot of touts they are too.

But we had no use for hotel touts, and waved our sticks saying, "Hospital."

Gin-shops and coffee-houses were the first to open doors, and touts began to bid for tenants for the various rooms upstairs.

Noisy touts, each crying up his own special mode and means of conveyance, rushed forth at every turn.

They calibrated themselves and James with the cold-blooded attitude of racetrack touts clocking their favorite horses.

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On this page you'll find 21 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to touts, such as: laud, proclaim, praise, publicize, promote, and trumpet.

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

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