Examples of bragging rights in a Sentence
She earned bragging rights for completing the project on time.
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Two Belles and a Duchess will battle for bragging rights next month when the Great Steamboat Race takes place in Louisville, Ky., during the Kentucky Derby Festival.
Verizon showed seven years ago that getting even a few months ahead of the pack can lead to significant market-share gains and years of bragging rights.
At stake, bragging rights of who will get to hold their leagues' championship trophy aloft at the end of the season.
Even the tightest win can give a station bragging rights.
The Toffees, meanwhile, will want to extend their run under the 63-year-old on home soil to just one defeat suffered in nine and, with it, bragging rights in terms of having not lost to this all-conquering City side at all this season.
Adding to its appeal is the Mount Baker Ski Area, 55 miles east, which holds world bragging rights for the deepest snowfall ever recorded in a ski season—1,140 inches in the winter of 1998–99.
Few will follow in your footsteps (that’s bragging rights), and no trace of you will remain behind (tents and props will be packed up).
Instead, this election is all about bragging rights for national Democrats and Republicans, narrative-setting and field-testing ahead of the crucial midterms.
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Definition of bragging rights for English Language Learners
: a good reason to talk with pride about something you have done
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