braggadocious

braggadocious

(ˌbræɡəˈdəʊʃəs)
adj
informal US boastful
[C20: from braggadocio]
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What will be discussed at the meetings remains to be seen but it is normal for Duterte to appear as braggadocious even against a powerful adversary like China.
In addition to an interview with Arkansas Business Senior Editor George Waldon, the episode includes a phone interview with Rogers, now an inmate at the federal correctional institute at Forrest City, in which he makes some typically braggadocious claims about his sports memorabilia business.
class="MsoNormalHis lyrics are nothing other than zingy nebulousness, perennial bragging and braggadocious passive-aggression.
These include: the work ethic; braggadocious patriotism, which Tocqueville found objectionable; and civil associations, which fulfill many purposes of self-government in less bureaucratic regimes.
his position on his remarks, he reduced the lewd and braggadocious
The president's capricious employ of his native idiom, his fractured syntax and streaming non sequiturs are challenging enough for Anglophones, so imagine the difficulties they pose to foreigners: How, exactly, do you translate "braggadocious"?
Messages flashed back and forth across the globe, braggadocious and bloodthirsty.
Aggressive vocal delivery from each member on "R.E.M.I." and their braggadocious tongue-in-cheek tone and lyrics encourage a rising excitement while simultaneously communicating the band's sense of humor.
On the other hand, veterans have been raised not to be braggadocious. They believe the focus shouldn't be on them, but rather the accomplishment of the mission.
To combat the negativity he faced daily, he developed a braggadocious persona and learned to sing.
While Trump traded braggadocious tweets with Kim Jong-un, even threatening to attack if pushed to the brink, Tillerson sought to walk softly -- and without a big stick.
Whether appearing on club hits like Future's fantastically braggadocious "Too Much Sauce," rapping over sunny marimba on the Ronda Rousey tribute "Ronda (Winners)," or outright singing on "Stole Your Luv," a ballad that his SoundCloud account cheekily classifies as "#AlternativeRock," it's clear Uzi's inspiration has no single source.