Boastfully



given to or characterized by boasting.
Historical Examples

The International Spy Allen Upward
Jewel Clara Louise Burnham
The Crossing Winston Churchill
A Set of Six Joseph Conrad
The Iron Ration George Abel Schreiner
Greener Than You Think Ward Moore
The Trail Boys on the Plains Jay Winthrop Allen
The Seventh Regiment George L. Wood
The Boy With the U. S. Foresters Francis Rolt-Wheeler
The Vanishing of Betty Varian Carolyn Wells

adjective
tending to boast; characterized by boasting
adj.

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