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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of brag.


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  • This doesn't mean that the rest of it is unimportant but when a label brags that the food contains "real chicken" and chicken is the ninth listed ingredients, the manufacturer isn't lying but there isn't much chicken there.

  • A quote from Pixar's The Incredibles comes to mind: "You almost got me monologuing!" after one particular scene when the villain brags about some of his accomplishments.

    REVIEW: Spellwright by Blake Charlton

  • McCain brags on his ads that he goes to Washington every day to fight the president!

    McCain reports over $2 million cash haul

  • The ad goes on to say that Rahall "brags" that he was an (in Rahall's own words) "early supporter of Barack Obama" and that he voted for "Obamacare."

    Maynard ad: Rahall received money from a terrorist

  • Especially dropping those 'brags' and then picking them up again -- NO ONE can help but have a momentary "How dumb do they think we are?!?" reaction.

    Palin Again Repeats Bridge To Nowhere Lie

  • KURTZ: But on the other hand, Mark Halperin, if Ken Mehlman, the Republican chairman, kind of brags about utilizing the Drudge channel, as you report that he does, it does raise the question, why can't Democrats do the same thing?

    CNN Transcript Oct 15, 2006

  • Each actor as he "brags," and gives his challenge, does so marching up and down, his drawn sword over his shoulder.

    The Peace Egg and a Christmas Mumming Play

  • There are no "brags" or "boasts" emanating from anywhere in these documents, which is to be expected, because anyone doing so would be taking on a substantial career risk.


  • I think you are the only person on the forum who actually "brags" about their "friendship" with a "celebrity".


  • Quote from: Detective Sandy Vagina on Today at 08: 38: 36 PM I think you are the only person on the forum who actually "brags" about their "friendship" with a "celebrity".



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