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The answer BRAGGART has 34 possible clue(s) in existing crosswords.
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Definitions of braggart in various dictionaries:
noun - a very boastful and talkative person
adj - exhibiting self-importance
One given to loud, empty boasting; a bragger.
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|Possible Dictionary Clues|
|a person who boasts about their achievements or possessions.|
|a very boastful and talkative person|
|someone who proudly talks a lot about himself or herself and his or her achievements or possessions|
|A person who boasts about their achievements or possessions.|
|One given to loud, empty boasting a bragger.|
|Braggart might refer to|
|Boasting is to speak with excessive pride and self-satisfaction about ones achievements, possessions, or abilities. This is also known as "bragging rights", which are not cancelled out by another individual's objection to said bragging rights. For example, when a young woman allegedly stopped a driver from crossing a railroad track when the train was approaching and there were no visible warnings of its approach, her rights to brag were not thwarted when another individual attempted to dispute the validity of her heroic act.Boasting occurs when someone feels a sense of satisfaction or when someone feels that whatever occurred proves their superiority and is recounting accomplishments so that others will feel admiration or envy.Individuals construct an image of themselves, a personal identity, and present themselves in a manner that is consistent with that image. Theodore Millon theorized that in self-presentation, individuals seek to balance boasting against discrediting themselves wit|