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Synonyms for braggart

Synonyms for braggart

characterized by or given to boasting

Synonyms for braggart

a very boastful and talkative person

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In fact, such has been its immediate impact that even if a horse meat marketing board had been formed, backed by anonymous billionaires and stuffed with loud-mouthed braggarts as obsessed with promoting their brand as self-aggrandisement, its members could never have envisaged such a meteoric rise through the food chain.
Supreme Court ruling delivered Thursday is notable for its common sense - not the decision on the health care law, but the one protecting Americans' right to be contemptible braggarts.
Braggarts and bigots find succour in these bleak halls of mirrors where they find other like-minded halfwits.
Braggarts send picture postcards from the plains of
Even those anti-war braggarts who had voted against the Iraq war were spineless when it came to supporting legal moves against the arch-warmonger who had caused it all.
What outraged me is the way he stereotypes all the African leaders, past and present, as a bunch of braggarts not worth any recognition--except "anti-imperialist heroes".
A library is braced for a rowdy time from braggarts, swashbucklers and brawlers.
But despite their efforts to create a perfect profile, every hopeful man or woman who tries online dating discovers that braggarts, fools and liars, not to mention shut-ins and guys still living in their Mom's basement or worse .
Researching the era has been fascinating as it was one full of characters, cheats, wild women and braggarts - the perfect backdrop to poker's history.
Security researchers see 2005 as the year in which cyberattackers turned from braggarts to capitalists, with "the vast majority of threats .
Rowling's keen insight into all-too-human nature, including the flaws of bullies and braggarts, teenage heartbreak, and the adolescent emotions that can all too easily turn best friend against best friend.
Those good intentions actually drive customers away, because people don't like associating with braggarts.
These boasts aren't the kind of unctuous pomposity typical in Hollywood circles, where overfed braggarts crow about box-office numbers, real-estate equity and how much they paid for the clothes they're wearing.
Croatia simply must be beaten at Hampden in less than a fortnight, and then the Scots will go hunting for at least a priceless point against the Belgian braggarts in Brussels four days later.
Culkin's a quick-witted chatterbox and, together, they make a formidable partnership in the face of bullies and braggarts.