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gasconade

[ gas-kuh-neyd ]
/ ˌgæs kəˈneɪd /
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noun

extravagant boasting; boastful talk.

verb (used without object), gas·con·ad·ed, gas·con·ad·ing.

to boast extravagantly; bluster.

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Origin of gasconade

1700–10; <French gasconnade, derivative of gasconner to boast, chatter. See Gascon, -ade1

OTHER WORDS FROM gasconade

gas·con·ad·er, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for gasconade

gasconade
/ (ˌɡæskəˈneɪd) rare /

noun

boastful talk, bragging, or bluster

verb

(intr) to boast, brag, or bluster

Derived forms of gasconade

gasconader, noun

Word Origin for gasconade

C18: from French gasconnade, from gasconner to chatter, boast like a Gascon
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