boast

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  • He often boasted that he would be president even without help from his father.
  • Instead, the people like to boast about how they keep their own security.
  • Then you can boast to your friends that you spent the night in a tree house.
  • He used to boast that others might consider him lost but he was never lost.
  • However they may sound now, there was no spirit of boasting in these words. Cited from Prisoners of Chance, by Randall Parrish
  • That we know how to make love is not much to boast about, after all. Cited from French and Oriental Love in a Harem, by Mario Uchard
  • That was only her way of boasting that no one could beat her. Cited from The Tale of Henrietta Hen, by Arthur Scott Bailey
  • The community boasted its own school system, which included a high school.
  • For a big village, it has two important holy places to boast of.
  • It also boasted a small school which now serves as a local museum.
  • The city itself boasts a beautiful main central park across from the cathedral.
  • Indeed, what gallery in the world can boast one million visitors each day?
  • These boast several languages that make up the population of the city.
  • Once boasting half a dozen gas stations, the village now has only two.
  • The school opened boasting features not commonly found in British schools at the time.
  • They say that it had been his boast and hope that he should finish it without a war. Cited from In the Track of the Troops, by R.M. Ballantyne
  • It also boasts a large park near the centre of town.
  • Australia boasted a superior recent record in must-win matches against South Africa.
  • Another building that can boast that same title is the British America Station.
  • In earlier times the village boasted several public houses but now only The Crown remains.
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Meaning of boast

  • noun Speaking of yourself in superlatives
  • verb Show off