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boastful

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishboastfulboast‧ful /ˈbəʊstfəl $ ˈboʊst-/ ●○○ adjective  BOASTtalking too proudly about yourself opp modestboastfully adverbboastfulness noun [uncountable]
Examples from the Corpus
boastfulAfter they had drunk more wine, they started to become loud and boastful.And few are more humorous, possessing the ability to be simultaneously self-deprecating and boastful.He also seemed to be rather boastful and above himself.The tower is a statement of arrival, as boastful and triumphant as the Tughluk buildings around me were understated and austere.We'd always been boastful, conspicuous, triumphalist in our love; now we had to tell the World.In the weeks before the game, Ogden gave a number of boastful interviews to the press.This was in keeping with his nature, for he was boastful, intolerant and greedy.Love is never boastful, or conceited, or rude; never selfish, not quick to take offense.New York always has been such a prideful, boastful place with a myopic view of the rest of the world.He is so boastful, so ready to justify himself.
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