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Synonyms for boast



Synonyms for boast

to talk with excessive pride

to have at one's disposal

Synonyms for boast

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The updated Boasters range features a 20% higher chocolate content, while the biscuits have been made a third larger to offer "a more substantial treat".
They were among the profound moral boasters toward war efforts hence kept social fabric intact during hard days of the war.
The Man sees it as his business to counter-balance the marinated tofu and low-fat houmous with chocolate and hazelnut Boasters, lamb shanks and selections of continental cheeses.
Great men, great nations have not been boasters and buffoons, but perceivers of the terror of life, and have manned themselves to face if' (CW 6:5).
Aintree has never been a great place for boasters but any remaining pretensions are now firmly curbed by the annual jockeys visit to the Children's Cancer Unit at Alder Hey hospital on Friday morning.
Obama challenged the boasters and the ranters - those who would rather destroy lives than lose face - to a new test: "Know that your people will judge you on what you can build, not what you destroy.
As well, human suffering and folly are dealt with in plays such as Abel and Second Shepherds, and tyrants and their torturers are profiled as cruel boasters in Herod and the Passion sequence.
The Apprentice is edifyingly moral: the empty boasters, invariably inept, are shown in their true colours and given the chop.
Koutoujian said the law would not ensnare so-called boasters, people who might brag of being a doctor, a war veteran, a sports star or something similar to win the affection of another.
This insulted the other spirits, causing them to wage war against the boasters.
After all, we call some people heroes or role models, and others we call show-offs or boasters.
Speaking on behalf of what he claimed were "a considerable number" of dissenting ministers, Clayton rejected the employment of "vituperation, invective, and biting sarcasm as the means of effecting the most legitimate ends," and censured the "noisy boasters, who are fond of telling us how little we have done for the Dissenting interest.
We are certainly not a nation of boasters but that almost puts up a barrier against the rest of the world and we are sometimes seen as very insular.