Another word for boast
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These verbs all mean to speak with pride, often excessive pride, about oneself or something related to oneself. Boast is the most general: “We confide [that is, have confidence] in our strength, without boasting of it; we respect that of others, without fearing it” (Thomas Jefferson). Brag implies exaggerated claims and often an air of insolent superiority: He bragged about his grades. Crow stresses exultation and often loud rejoicing: No candidate should crow until the votes have been counted. Vaunt suggests ostentatiousness and lofty extravagance of expression: “He did not vaunt of his new dignity, but I understood he was highly pleased with it” (James Boswell).
Another word for boastverb
To talk with excessive pride:brag, crow, gasconade, rodomontade, vaunt. (Informal) blow1. See praise
To have at one's disposal:command, enjoy, have, hold, possess. See owned
An act of boasting:brag, braggadocio, fanfaronade, gasconade, rodomontade, vaunt. (Informal) blow1. See praise