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- adv. In a boastful manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a boastful manner.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a boastful manner
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He settled himself down on the steps of the portal and started recalling boastfully a picayune fencing victory of the week before.
That said, I would not advise anyone to boastfully post about his or her sexual encounters on the Internet, and it's bizarre to me that Knepper was so comfortable broadcasting his rendezvouses in the first place -- but perhaps that's simply a difference in personality.
He cleared his throat and launched forth boastfully.
Some patriots they are, willingly and boastfully giving the finger to the Constitution.
He sat up and cracked his huge knuckles boastfully.
Swinburne died, and boastfully announcing that he had read
Naturally, somewhat boastfully, I later sat with the chef and told him about my many experiences with Chef Fergus Henderson and his iconic London restaurant, St. John's, which is celebrated worldwide for its "Nose to Tail" cooking and a book of the same name.
And as I walked I smiled at the East End papers, which, filled with civic pride, boastfully proclaim that there is nothing the matter with the East End as a living place for men and women.
"But I did play intramurally and I tore my ACL in a lawyer's league," he adds almost boastfully.
No wonder that Senate Minority Whip, Senator Ahmed Sanni Yerima, a former governor of Zamfara State who started the Sharia criminal code, boastfully stated that he is not bound by the