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
Recent Examples of braggadocio from the Web
Texans and Californians — two states famous for their braggadocio — ranked themselves at 21 and 22 percent, with Virginia at 41 percent.
If the president did divulge to them last night that Friday’s report would be strong — whether out of braggadocio or a conscious desire to abet insider trading — then Trump’s friends could have instantly made millions.
Trump, entirely unseen, represents hollow braggadocio, in contrast to our real heroes' sincere pageantry.
There's a lot of boasting and braggadocio and very little in the way of provable facts.
Trump, with his gift of braggadocio, might declare a great accomplishment when nothing of substance had in fact been agreed upon.
Yet, some braggadocio was so off the mark as to risk ridicule.
Both President Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin, the president of Russia, revel in a form of nuclear braggadocio that would have been anathema to their predecessors.
This is no downside to me, but Mayfield presented a low-key opening press conference in his Berea debut Friday that was short on braggadocio and clearly intended to back up GM John Dorsey's claim from Thursday about Mayfield's humbleness.
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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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