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- n. Common misspelling of braggadocio.
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Here, wrote Colonel Richard Irving Dodge, one of the first Americans to observe them closely, the Comanche “is a noisy, jolly, rollicking, mischief-loving braggadoccio, brimful of practical jokes and rough fun of any kind... rousing the midnight echoes with song and dance, whoops and yells.”
I saw exceptionally vulgar braggadoccio about (attempted) political horsetrading of the basest kind, but didn't see anything about bags of cash being delivered to B; ago, or the equivalent.
Nothing that the Bush administration or the Republicans or the Military Industrial Complex has done in the last seven years of foolish incompetence and braggadoccio has benefited the nation as a whole, though it has benefited a small class of investors and government cronies.
But the show is totally stolen by Picasso, in this tale a young Spaniard full of braggadoccio and often naked, who pisses off and charms everybody in turn.
"We kicked your ass," I mocked with false braggadoccio (at least I hope it was false).
He seems like a regular guy, despite the movie star clothes and rap braggadoccio.
ESZTERHAS: Because I come from a long literary tradition of people like Arthur Miller and Marilyn Monroe, and Thomas Wolf and Jean Harlow, and Patty Jamski (ph) and Kim Novak and Ronald Mailer (ph) and Shelly Winters, so I certainly -- it's a kind of literary braggadoccio that I indulge in.
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