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Definition of "crowing" [crowing]

  • Present participle of crow. (verb)

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Use "crowing" in a sentence
  • "Here is one WWII veteran, serial no. 39619332, who is sick and tired of McCain crowing about his military experience."
  • "If there were good news to spread from Iraq, it would be on Fox 24/7, and Associated Pravda would be crowing from the Capitol Dome about all the painted schools and friendly, just plain folks, in old Baghdad …. with apologies to Tom Lehrer. mwg Says:"
  • "It is a question that should be considered carefully, because I'm seeing a lot of crowing from the liberals who are now pointing to the polls."