It ended the discussion which the South so vauntingly provoked.
This, I set down not vauntingly, but fully realizing what I owe to Heaven.
She did not say this so vauntingly as she had made the assertion at first.
vauntingly Farmer Perkins told how he had haltered the vicious colt.
I guess he was afraid of the licking he knew hed get from me, said Grant, vauntingly; so I dont think hes told anything like that.
The two men gazed thoughtfully into the little flame which vauntingly struggled to rear itself in the dense atmosphere.
You will never find me less so when you vauntingly exhibit such mournful blemishes of character.
c.1400, "speak vainly or proudly," from Middle French vanter "to praise, speak highly of," from Late Latin vanitare "to boast," frequentative of Latin vanare "to utter empty words," from vanus "idle, empty" (see vain). Related: Vaunted; vaunting.