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- v. Present participle of brag.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. exhibiting self-importance
- n. an instance of boastful talk
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When talking about the Beanpot, the term bragging rights'' comes up a lot because the four schools that compete in the annual tournament are all located in Boston and three are Hockey East rivals.
And he added, both were only interested in winning what he called bragging rights.
What is new is that Olmert was so brazen in bragging about his actions.
While homophobia isn't new to pop, why would the Grammys celebrate someone who as recently as October used a slur in bragging to The Jamaica Observer about his war against gays?
You can celebrate by entering the Accessorize Your Life contest to win bragging rights plus a $100, $75, or $50 gift certificate.
Fierce brutes though they be, the closest attachments often spring up between them and their masters, and when a man possesses a good dog or team he is not slow in bragging of it.
The Englishman's proverbial lack of bragging is a subtler form of brag after all.
Whats the point in bragging about the numbers if you cann't deliver them to every house.
It should not surprise the astute reader that certain individuals at Brilliant University want to boost their image by bragging about their Big Papers, even though bragging is typically unnecessary (not to mention counterproductive).
Did you see the video clip of McCain bragging about the fact that he does not know how to use a computer?!!!