[ UK /bˈə‍ʊstɐ/ ]
  1. a very boastful and talkative person
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How To 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. Wigwam Evenings Sioux Folk Tales Retold
  • Old Kinoos is a brave man, but Old Kinoos was never a boaster. NEGORE, THE COWARD
  • The synonyms were spot-on: big mouth, blusterer, boaster, braggart, line-shooter, loudmouth, and — my personal favorite — vaunter. 2010 August « Motivated Grammar
  • Henry Fleming, the youth who is the protagonist of this thrillingly realistic drama of war, has for deuteragonist Wilson, the loud young boaster.
  • A boaster and a liar are all one. 
  • I'm sure I'd be a very good boaster, if I got the chance.
  • If you are not rich or a fanatical figure spewing lies and half truths to boaster support, getting them votes, they have no interest in you or hearing your views. Blue Dog will vote against bill with public option
  • He refused to believe what he thought impossible, but honour obliged him to call the boaster to the field. The Gaming Table: Its Votaries and Victims, In All Times and Countries, especially in England and in France
  • I can remember that I was both a coward and a boaster; but I have frequently remarked that the quality which we call cowardice in Frank Mildmay Or, The Naval Officer
  • A quiet lad he was and not a boaster and braggart like lots o 'people seem to think. Heinold's First and Last Chance Saloon
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