Examples of braggadocio in a Sentence
a loudmouthed braggart who hid his cowardice with braggadocio
his braggadocio hid the fact that he felt personally inadequate
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Origin and Etymology of braggadocio
Braggadochio, personification of boasting in Faerie Queene by Edmund Spenser
First Known Use: 1594
BRAGGADOCIO Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of braggadocio for English Language Learners
: the annoying or exaggerated talk of someone who is trying to sound very proud or brave
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