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  • EN [ bəʊst]
  • US [ boʊst]

English definition


  • 1. speaking of yourself in superlatives


  • 1. show off

  • 2. wear or display in an ostentatious or proud manner;

    • "she was sporting a new hat"

Example sentences

  • Speak little of your ill luck and boast not of your good luck.

  • Hill and dale doth boast thy blessing.

  • Not be boast, I am very clear at that time this.

  • He is a big and never misses a to boast.

  • In time he had begun to boast.

  • Cerritos cannot boast a glorious history, old money or natural beauty.

  • Henry actually used to boast that he never kept any files.

  • It is his boast that he has never been late for work.

  • Even a small town will boast a couple of shops.

  • The eight men kept together throughout the boast race as though they were one.

  • It is nothing to boast of.

  • This was not a boast, but a hope, at once bold and devoutly humble.

  • Like any gift, we did not earn it, therefore we cannot boast about it.

  • Jas. 4:16 But now you boast in your arrogance; all such boasting is evil.

  • Cow answers: A moment ago came a flock of prefectural class cadres, boast only fart.

  • In God we boast all the day long, and praise thy name for ever. Selah.

  • The third boast was not one you would ever hear from the lips of Chinese diplomats.

  • That is why I gave you hard names and boast of my callous strength.

  • You who boast of the law, do you dishonor God by breaking the law?

  • 'Nothing to boast of,'said Miss Pross.

  • Talent is his boast.

  • It has never been her boast that she alone could accomplish the work.

  • I don't want to boast, but I can actually speak six languages.

  • His statement isn't merely an idle boast.

  • In its heyday, the studio's boast was that it had more stars than there are in heaven.

  • It is the charity's proud boast that it has never yet turned anyone away.

  • We remember our mother's stern instructions not to boast.

  • His proud boast of leading "the party of low taxation" has a hollow ring.

  • This is an age when we boast of our emotional intelligence and we claim to feel each other's pain.

  • This year's festival can boast a decently long list of sponsors.

Synonym discrimination

  • boast, brag, crow, pride



Meaning of boast

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