boastful


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characterized by or given to boasting

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Numbers favour the younger brigade today, with nine of them being opposed by only two fouryear-olds, Boastful and Empowering.
BOASTFUL showed she can handle soft ground at Newcastle and as long as she has recovered from those exertions, she might take all the beating in the tyregiant.
APML Secretary General said Pakistanis are boastful that a military like Pak-Force is deputed to guard the borders of the country and the strength of Pakistan allies with Pak-Force that has been sacrificing for this homeland at every front.
TITLE PREDICTION: "I'd back ourselves - I think we've got a strong squad than last season, and without trying to be boastful I think we've got every chance.
Buddies' victory, inspired by boastful comments from the home side, sets up a dramatic final day in which three teams can still go down.
1 : not overly proud or confident : not boastful <Though a champion, he was a modest winner.
Amin is portrayed as a loudmouthed, boastful egotist and Garrigan as a shy, naive, ineffectual man who excuses his support of Amin by saying, "I'm just a doctor.
The boastful "Like Me" is set to a funky beat, while on "Fell For You," he serenades convincingly.
It does use some hypothetical examples, but when it draws from Schmitt's FedEx experiences, in particular, it can sound parochial, and more boastful than insightful.
There followed a lot of boastful, foolish talk about us being in their backyard and kicking over their barbecue, and similar moronic metaphors.
Any religion that is proud of its virtue, like the boastful Pharisee.
Among their other adventures, the children encounter a cowardly dragon, a boastful Sir Lancelot and a bold Sir Galahad.
This one-time miner dressed in outlandish Scots garb to sing romantic, wistful, and boastful songs on a series of almost ceaseless global tours from about 1900 until his death fifty years later.
And just like every other article ever published in a skateboarding magazine that attempts to describe a spot or scene that you are not a part of, I will do everything in my power to alienate you, bore you with boastful tales of the athletic abilities of men you've never heard of, and attempt to persuade you that this particular microcosm of our subculture is indeed the greatest thing ever in the history of skateboarding (Dogtown included).
The boastful Young Tom considers himself to be the best harpist in the land.