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‘they were bragging about how easy it had been’‘People bragged about their impeccable references and newly renovated websites that would maximize their client base.’‘As a great hunter he bragged about his nighttime sharp shooting.’‘He later bragged that he was the only performer ever to get a complex comic scene right without needing a second take.’‘The younger bragged he was on eight tablets a day for angimãng cầu, but the other in his late seventies swallowed 40 for various aches & pains!’‘We bragged that we hunted tigers - often finding their giant paw prints on the jungle paths.’‘Furthermore, he has pledged, or perhaps bragged, that he will not kill protesters.’‘She taught me how lớn make the best pie crust ever and often bragged lớn other people about the beautiful apple pies I could make.’‘This is something they themselves have sầu admitted, or rather bragged about on countless occasions.’‘He bragged about his great running skill and said he could catch anything.’‘The screenplay was written in nine whole days, bragged the credits.’‘Her husb&, who bragged endearingly about her desserts, is a beekeeper.’‘We bragged that, unlike the chemists, any physicist could teach any undergraduate physics course.’‘This was something rare for humans in this century, something that the woman had often bragged about lớn her friends.’‘After 29 games, the Mavericks bragged they had committed the league"s fewest fouls.’‘He bragged that the course which he claimed khổng lồ be one of the best in the country, was in good shape & no excuse would be given by any golfer for failing to perkhung well.’‘They bragged that they would introduce ‘innovation, creativity & private sector expertise’.’‘In all fairness, he also cheered, bragged, exclaimed và encouraged us as we finally got things right.’‘For some of his prints he bragged khổng lồ have used as many as 300 hundred blocks.’‘I welched on Grandfather & I"d always bragged I never welched on anybody toàn thân.’

noun


1mass noun A gambling thẻ game which is a simplified form of poker.

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‘games of pontoon, brag, & poker’
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‘The basic game of three thẻ brag was one of the games described by Hoyle, and therefore dates from the late eighteenth century or earlier.’‘At a game of three card brag at work once, I had a prial of threes (top hand) & my opponent had a prial of aces (next highest).’‘Men of all walks of life clustered around the tables in the spacious downstairs khổng lồ play brag, Three-Card-Monte và Chuck-a-Luck on the off chance of making a fortune.’‘We used lớn listen khổng lồ heavy metal music together, and he used to win all my pocket money playing 5 thẻ brag.’

2A boastful statement.

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‘he was not the kind of man to make a brag’
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‘Don"t ask them - or their insurers - what they think of Guinness & his little book of brags.’‘‘Girls I would lượt thích to lớn speak lớn you in my room,’ - mom interrupted Penny"s brags and we went up khổng lồ mom"s room.’‘Two months more of big brags & felonious facts.’‘Again, I was left wondering where the Tenerife Uncovered of bar-room brags was.’‘From the time Run-D.M.C. proclaimed themselves the ‘kings of roông chồng,’ hip-hop"s house has been built on a foundation of brags & boasts.’‘The other thing I notice when the English-language crews (mostly from the Gambia) turn up is that in fact the lyrics are mostly brags và disses.’‘Soon, other mountaineers visited the region, no doubt still inspired by Douglas" brag.’

adjective

informal US attributive sầu

Excellent; first-rate.


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‘that was my brag heifer’‘These pups should make excellent prospects for trialing or be true brag dogs in the future.’‘I kind of like having an outcross pedigree lớn all of the big "brag" bulls so I guess I don"t have any incentive sầu falsify the registration papers.’

Middle English (as an adjective sầu in the sense ‘boastful’): of unknown origin (French braguer is recorded only later).