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Definition of "boaster" [boast•er]

  • One who boasts; a braggart. (noun)
  • A stonemason's broad-faced chisel. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "boaster" in a sentence
  • "The boaster is a well-known character in every Indian village; and it is quite plain from the number of stories warning us against self-praise, that the wise men of the tribe have not been slow to discover and point out this weakness of their people."
  • "He refused to believe what he thought impossible, but honour obliged him to call the boaster to the field."
  • "He sat rebuked in this man's presence -- this man whom, within the hour, he had called boaster and braggart, liar and coward."