bragging bragging  /b ˈræ ɡɪŋ/


  1. (n) an instance of boastful talk
  2. (v) show off
  3. (adj) exceptionally good
  4. (n) an instance of boastful talk
  5. (adj) exhibiting self-importance

Derived Word(s)


  1. He may be a bit of a huckster, but Gitomer has earned his bragging rights.
  2. And with what we know now, now they're bragging about their technique of deception that they learned to be detectives.
  3. Winners get small prizes like tote bags--and green bragging rights.


  1. Foursquare Time Machine Teleports You Down Memory Lane

    Okay world travelers, now it's time for some humble bragging, thanks to the new Foursquare Time Machine. On Thursday, the company announced this new way to visualize all of your past check-ins on its Foursquare blog , and what a gorgeous visualization it is. The animation flies you around all those haunts you've visited in times past, served up in a lovely 3D effect that you can autoplay to your ...
    on June 14, 2013     Source: Mashable

  2. Awesomely Warped

    Riverside represents with No Bragging Rights The scorching summer season is upon us once again, and for Inland Empire concertgoers that translates into a plethora of summer music festivals. Among the horde of shows, there is the Vans Warped Tour—this…
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Inland Empire Weekly

  3. Commuter Shames Bragging “Cheater” on Facebook

    Is this your husband? God, you would hope not after his picture went viral, accused of being a cheater. Steph Strayer was on a train in Philly when she overheard some jerk allegedly bragging about cheating on his wife to …
    on June 11, 2013     Source: CW39 NewsFix


  1. "Oh, it would mean everything," Jones said. "I would have bragging rights with my friends back home."
    on Feb 23, 2009 By: Brendan Jones Source: Arizona Daily Star

  2. "It's more than just bragging rights," Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops said.
    on Oct 11, 2008 By: Bob Stoops Source: ABC News

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