vaunting

[ vawn-ting, vahn- ]
/ ˈvɔn tɪŋ, ˈvɑn- /

adjective

having a boastfully proud disposition: a vaunting dictator.
marked by boastful pride: a vaunting air of superiority.

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Origin of vaunting

First recorded in 1580–90; vaunt + -ing2

OTHER WORDS FROM vaunting

self-vaunting, adjective

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