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  • n  a very boastful and talkative person

  • Joseph Schildkraut is the dreaming boaster of the title role.
  • Peer, the boaster, the seeker of self-realization and the victim of a relentless wanderlust, is played by Joseph Schildkraut.
  • He was immensely energetic, a great talker, reader, boaster, walker, who swam like an otter and drank, not like a feckless undergraduate as Donald was apt to do, but like some .

  • Garret Anderson in International Herald Tribune
    That's just not me. I'm not a boaster,said Anderson, whose tiebreaking three-run double in Game 7 of the 2002 World Series helped the Angels beat San Francisco. "I mean, the numbers speak for themselves. The factual statistical things are...
  • Jeremaine Copeland in Globe and Mail
    What took everyone's focus away from Nik [as an athlete] was that he was a big talker. A lot of people don't like a boaster,teammate Jeremaine Copeland said. "He's growing up and becoming a man. No can really change you, only you can...

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