n. (plural of braggart English)
Usage examples of "braggarts".
Here voyageurs frolicked away their wages, fiddling and dancing in the booths and cabins, buying all kinds of knick-knacks, dressing themselves out finely, and parading up and down, like arrant braggarts and coxcombs.
Acamas vaunted loudly over him saying, "Argive archers, braggarts that you are, toil and suffering shall not be for us only, but some of you too shall fall here as well as ourselves.
I will leaveyou now to your gossip-like humour: you break jestsas braggarts do their blades, which God be thanked,hurt not.
And she is dead, slander'd to death by villains, That dare as well answer a man indeed As I dare take a serpent by the tongue: Boys, apes, braggarts, Jacks, milksops!
I will leave you now to your gossip-like humour: you break jests as braggarts do their blades, which God be thanked, hurt not.
Both of the braggarts would use the news that Han and Chewie refused to try for the record as proof that the pair recognized and acknowledged Moss and Twinge's superior flying skills.
The two braggarts weren't especially well liked among the below-the-law folk Han and Chewie used to call friends, and Han had never had any use for the pair, particularly for Moss.
Both of the braggarts would use the news that Han and Chewie refused to try for the record as proof that the pair recognized and acknowledged Moss and Twingo's superior flying skills.
Like most stupid people they talked principally about themselves and were great braggarts.