braggart


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Paul's, which are covered with hundreds of these braggart heathen allegories.
She was so constrained, and yet so careless; so reserved, and yet so watchful; so cold and proud, and yet so sensitively ashamed of her husband's braggart humility - from which she shrunk as if every example of it were a cut or a blow; that it was quite a new sensation to observe her.
His friend looked at him with a braggart air, and sang to himself.
What was he beside such a girl--he, the drunken noisy braggart of last night?
The cardinal related yesterday while playing with the king, with an air of condolence very displeasing to me, that the day before yesterday those DAMNED MUSKETEERS, those DAREDEVILS--he dwelt upon those words with an ironical tone still more displeasing to me--those BRAGGARTS, added he, glancing at me with his tiger- cat's eye, had made a riot in the Rue Ferou in a cabaret, and that a party of his Guards (I thought he was going to laugh in my face) had been forced to arrest the rioters
There you must rest; young people are such braggarts.
The Yankees talk a lot about what they do and have done," Tudor said, "and are looked down upon by the English as braggarts.
Ye are the best braggarts, and have sufficiently learned the art of making dregs boil.
Bad BOYS C5 9pM Braggart cops Will Smith and Martin Lawrence babysit murder witness Tea Leoni while tracking stolen heroin in Miami.
In a related development, Mirdad, who presided over the case of the Saudi sex braggart, Mazen Abdul Jawad, said the verdict against woman journalist Rozanna Al-Yami was based on her admission in court that she is not a journalist, but a university student who was cooperating with a media organization.
For example, by saying that somebody was sly, a liar, a braggart, brutal or indeed anything else unpleasant, they were in fact, by implication claiming that they themselves were quite the opposite.
Lucius Malfoy (Jason Isaacs) is cold and sinister, Gilderoy Lockhart (Kenneth Branagh) is a big-headed braggart while Moaning Myrtle (Scotland's Shirley Henderson) is delightfully doom-laden.