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braggart

[ brag-ert ]
/ ˈbræg ərt /
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noun
a person who does a lot of bragging.
adjective
bragging; boastful.
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Origin of braggart

First recorded in 1570–80; brag + -art

OTHER WORDS FROM braggart

brag·gart·ism, nounbrag·gart·ly, adverb
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British Dictionary definitions for braggart

braggart
/ (ˈbræɡət) /

noun
a person who boasts loudly or exaggeratedly; bragger
adjective
boastful

Word Origin for braggart

C16: see brag
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