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Another word for crow

  1. To talk with excessive pride

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  2. To feel or express an uplifting joy over a success or victory

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Another word for crow

      1. Any of various birds, as a large-tailed grackle (Quiscalus mexicanus)
      2. A small European crow (Corvus monedula) with a gray nape
      3. Either of two small corvids (Corvus monedula or C. dauricus) of Eurasia and North Africa, having black and gray or black and white plumage.
      1. (Chess) Either of the two corner pieces shaped like a castle tower: it can move in a vertical or horizontal direction only over any number of consecutive, unoccupied squares; castle
      2. A chess piece that may move in a straight line over any number of empty squares in a rank or file.
      3. A Eurasian corvid (Corvus frugilegus) having black plumage with a patch of bare skin around the base of the bill, and nesting in colonies near the tops of trees.
      1. Any of various large crows; esp., the largest crow (Corvus corax), with a straight, sharp beak, found in Europe, Asia, and North America
      2. A female given name for a girl with raven hair, used since the 1970s.
      3. A large bird (Corvus corax) of the Northern Hemisphere, having black plumage and a croaking cry.
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  1. To boast

      1. (Intransitive) To boast; to talk with excessive pride about what one has, can do, or has done.
      2. To say (something about oneself) boastfully.
      3. To talk or write about oneself in a proud or self-impressed way.
      1. To feel or express great, often malicious, pleasure or self-satisfaction:
      2. To gaze or think with exultation or malicious pleasure
      1. To rejoice greatly; be jubilant; glory
      2. (Obsolete) To leap upward, especially for joy.
      3. (Obs.) To leap up; leap with joy
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  2. To make a crowing sound