boastful+manner

  • 1 boastfully — adverb in a boastful manner (Freq. 1) he talked big all evening • Syn: ↑vauntingly, ↑big, ↑large • Derived from adjective: ↑boastful …

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  • 2 vauntingly — adverb in a boastful manner he talked big all evening • Syn: ↑boastfully, ↑big, ↑large • Derived from adjective: ↑boastful (for: ↑boastfully) …

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  • 3 swash — swɑʃ /swɒʃ n. splash of a liquid; sound of liquid splashing; piece of land over which waves flow, sandbank; narrow channel through which tides flow; boastful manner, insolent behavior v. splash, make a splashing sound; dash a liquid against a …

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  • 4 swashed — swɑʃ /swɒʃ n. splash of a liquid; sound of liquid splashing; piece of land over which waves flow, sandbank; narrow channel through which tides flow; boastful manner, insolent behavior v. splash, make a splashing sound; dash a liquid against a …

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  • 5 swashes — swɑʃ /swɒʃ n. splash of a liquid; sound of liquid splashing; piece of land over which waves flow, sandbank; narrow channel through which tides flow; boastful manner, insolent behavior v. splash, make a splashing sound; dash a liquid against a …

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  • 6 swashing — swɑʃ /swɒʃ n. splash of a liquid; sound of liquid splashing; piece of land over which waves flow, sandbank; narrow channel through which tides flow; boastful manner, insolent behavior v. splash, make a splashing sound; dash a liquid against a …

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  • 7 Apology (Xenophon) — Xenophon s Apology (in full Apology of Socrates to the jury ( Ἀπολογία Σωκράτους πρὸς τοὺς Δικαστάς ) describes Socrates state of mind at his trial and execution, and especially his view that it was better to die before senility set in than to… …

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  • 8 bigly — adverb /ˈbɪɡli/ a) Strongly, with great force. Than Sir Trystram cam in, and began so rowghly and so bygly than there was none myght withstonde hym, and thus he endured longe. b) In a blustering or boastful manner; haughtily …

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  • 9 boastfully — adverb In a boastful manner …

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  • 10 bloviate — verb To speak or discourse at length in a pompous or boastful manner …

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  • 11 bloviation — noun a lengthy discourse in a pompous or boastful manner See Also: bloviate, bloviator …

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  • 12 gebéotian — wv/t2 to promise in a boastful manner, to vow …

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  • 13 boastfully — adv. in a boastful manner, proudly, arrogantly …

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  • 14 self-importantly — in a boastful manner, arrogantly …

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  • 15 swank — swæŋk n. smartness, elegance; swagger, proud and arrogant behavior v. show off, behave in an arrogant or boastful manner …

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  • 16 swanked — swæŋk n. smartness, elegance; swagger, proud and arrogant behavior v. show off, behave in an arrogant or boastful manner …

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  • 17 swanking — swæŋk n. smartness, elegance; swagger, proud and arrogant behavior v. show off, behave in an arrogant or boastful manner …

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  • 18 swanks — swæŋk n. smartness, elegance; swagger, proud and arrogant behavior v. show off, behave in an arrogant or boastful manner …

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  • 19 swagger — I. v. n. Bluster, bully, vapor, brag, be insolent, boast. II. n. Bluster, boastful manner, boastfulness …

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  • 20 advertise — ad•ver•tise [[t]ˈæd vərˌtaɪz, ˌæd vərˈtaɪz[/t]] v. tised, tis•ing 1) to announce or praise (a product, service, etc.) in some public medium of communication in order to induce people to buy or use: to advertise a new brand of toothpaste[/ex] 2)… …

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