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- noun One who
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He wasn't a gloater, but when he had passed a bill he was proud of, he'd flash an impish grin, as if he were bursting to tell someone about his triumph.
What I learned reporting on Alaska's ??Uncle Ted' Stevens Liz Ruskin 2010
Luthor was always a gloater, and when he laughs his head goes back.
Captain Quinnox glided into the room behind the Prince and gently closed the door, unnoticed by the gloater.
Graustark George Barr McCutcheon 1897
Nero was not a great success as an Emperor, but as a gloater he has no rival in history.
Remarks Bill Nye 1873
Bolt was a relentless gloater, often celebrating his win before even crossing the finish line.
Silver Chips Online Katie Sint 2010
The gloater-in-chief: "Another stone laid in the foundation of the American dream;" Pelosi jokes: "No money exchanged hands (laughter);" Slaughter: "There is nothing now that we can't tackle"
PA Pundits - International papundits 2010
You see, I am not a gloater. .my husband is (he is clapping and cheering for Mitt as I write this). .however, I'll give him this one, as the last few have been mine. .you can bet the next one won't go down that easy, as long as it's a good campaign.
Left In Lowell 2010
This how-to warns you not to "show off in front of your friends," because "nobody likes a gloater."