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Mohamed Mire, a coworker of Hamilton’s, explains that most of Amazon’s vaunted technology goes to tracking the workers rather than making the work efficient.

In San Quentin’s vaunted coding program, Code 7370, offered through the prison education organization The Last Mile, hand-selected prisoners build and sell actual websites for commercial use.

In creating a direct and meaningful career pathway for young adults, they can help businesses close skills gaps and hit their much-vaunted diversity targets.

That’s the vaunted “5 Big Moves” plan, subject of high-profile hype and criticism.

The Texas software billionaire, who has never appeared on Forbes’ vaunted list of the wealthiest Americans, is allegedly responsible for the largest tax fraud in US history.

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This much-vaunted turnout operation turns out not to have deserved much vaunt.

Well, this is definitely a besmirchment of the much-vaunted clean slate.

Plucky Costa Rica upsets vaunted Uruguay, as Italy outsmarts England.

It also takes, as Saldana herself tells me, “some big cajones” to dare even try to bring the vaunted property to the small screen.

There also appears to be some confusion with regard to the actual contents of the vaunted agreement.

Death, to do him justice, he had met with none of the cowardice he had vaunted, and consistently with his arid cynical soul.

For all his vaunted scorn of being a butcher at a price, now that he heard the price he seemed not half so scornful.

Finot's journal vaunted her hats, for a pecuniary consideration, and derogated those of Virginie, formerly praised.

When the old Ptolemaic system was exploded by Copernicus, the vaunted wisdom of men proclaimed that the Bible also was exploded.

Still here was opportunity for displaying that vaunted courage of the all-conquering white before one of the defeated.


On this page you'll find 12 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to vaunted, such as: prate, boast, crow, gasconade, strut, and brag.

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