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"Boasted Meaning In Bengali"

Boasted (verb) - অহংকার করা; বড়াই করা; দম্ভ করা; সদম্ভে করা; গর্ব করা; দম্ভভরে কথা কহা; ডম্ফ করা; দর্প করা; জাঁক করা; গুমর করা; আত্মশ্লাঘা করা;

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Boasted Meaning in Bengali. Boasted শব্দের বাংলা অর্থ কি? English to Bangla online dictionary "Boasted meaning in bengali". Google Translate "Boasted".

"Boasted Meaning"

Boasted বাংলা অর্থ. What is the meaning of Boasted in English? What does Boasted mean? What is another word for Boasted? Definition at online dictionary.

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Similar Words: boast, boasted, boaster, boasters, boastful, boastfully, boastfulness, boastfulnesses, boastfuls, boasting,

Boasted Example in a sentence

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Example Sentences for boasted

Walter saw again the red-faced ex-soldier who had boasted that he and his comrades were the pick of many countries.

"And I'm the one that can show him the best coverts," he boasted.

Indeed, I should not be surprised if he boasted of it as “his garden” and were even now writing in a book about it.

But then she was not accustomed to children, possessing, as she often boasted, none of her own.

He boasted that every public office, without exception, which existed when he left Bengal was his creation.

The Stoics made much of it; and boasted of the completeness of their indifference.

They boasted, after that, that the authorities would not punish them, and they would do as they pleased.

The constitution, boasted so much of, was certainly a happy one.

Some would say, perhaps, that with us it is rather a failing than anything to be boasted of.

The old Romans boasted that their republic was a nation of kings.

Boasted History and Origin

History of: Boasted

Word Origin & History

boast mid-13c., from Anglo-Norm. bost, probably via Scandinavian (cf. Norw. baus "proud, bold, daring"), from P.Gmc. *bausia "to blow up, puff up, swell" (cf. dial. Ger. baustern "to swell," M.Du. bose, Du. boos "evil, wicked, angry," O.H.G. bosi "worthless, slanderous," Ger. böse "evil, bad, angry"), from PIE *bhou-, variant of base *bheu- "to grow, swell" (see be). The notion apparently is of being "puffed up" with pride; cf. O.E. belgan "to become angry, offend, provoke," belg "anger, arrogance," from the same root as bellows and belly (q.v.).

Boasted Synonyms

advertise shovel crow gasconade flaunt fake bully blow swagger prate exult sling strut grandstand gloat flourish shuck shoot glory exaggerate preen triumph puff vapor bluster aggrandize con show off jive cock-a-doodle-doo showboat attract attention blow smoke congratulate oneself flatter oneself give a good account of oneself hug oneself lay on thick psych sound off talk big blow one's own horn

Boasted Definition

verb (used without object)
to speak with exaggeration and excessive pride, especially about oneself.
to speak with pride (often followed by of):
He boasted of his family's wealth.
verb (used with object)
to speak of with excessive pride or vanity:
He boasts himself a genius.
to be proud in the possession of:
The town boasts a new school.
a thing boasted of; a cause for pride:
Talent is his boast. It is her boast that she has never betrayed a friend.
exaggerated or objectionable speech; bragging:
empty boasts and threats.

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