boastfully boastfully


  • (adv) in a boastful manner



  1. Dick Beddoes of the Toronto Globe and Mail, who had boastfully predicted a clean Canadian sweep, ate his columnafter coating the newsprint with a thick layer of borsch.
  2. He boastfully accepted the prospect of national bankruptcy involved in his stubborn refusal to negotiate with the British on compensation for oil nationalization.
  3. In 65 years the Big Sixas Powers' local boastfully calls itselfhas never before led a New York strike.


  1. "In McGuinty's rush to pump up his chest to the environmentalist lobby, he has boastfully doled out billions to major friends like Samsung and deceived the people of Ontario," said Hillier. "Dalton McGuinty's 'green agenda' has become nothing...
    on Jul 8, 2010 By: Randy Hillier Source: Bay Today

  2. "There is nothing more important to the health of the region, psychologically, financially, than The Philadelphia Inquirer," said Tierney, publisher of The Inquirer and chief executive officer of PMH. "I don't say that boastfully. It's just a...
    on May 31, 2009 By: Brian Tierney Source: Philadelphia Inquirer

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