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Example Sentences for "brag"

Every boy on the baseball team likes to brag that he is the best player, but they're all fairly evenStop bragging about what a great tennis player you are; nobody cares!

Kareem always bragged about how smart he was until he failed the final exam.

Every boy on the baseball team likes to brag that he is the best player, but they're all fairly even.

The young girl bragged to all her friends that she was going to the prom with the coolest guy in the school.

You shouldn't brag in front of your teammates after you score a goal; it'll only make them resent you.

People in Victoria love to brag to the people in the rest of Canada about how mild the winters are there.

Police have arrested a suspect in the beating of a young lad after a fellow bragged about the incident at a local pub.

Your mother loves to brag to all the other secretaries that her daughter is a doctor.

Ann Landers once remarked, Bragging is not an attractive trait, but let's be honest; a man who catches a big fish doesn't go home through an alley.

Jean Jacques Rousseau once suggested that the greatest braggarts are usually the biggest cowards.

Baseball great Dizzy Dean once said, It ain't bragging if you really done it.

A Chinese proverb observes that it's as difficult to be rich without bragging as it is to be poor without complaining.

Gloria Steinem once claimed that if men menstruated, they would brag about how much, and for how long.

Before he retired, Chinese leader Jiang Zemin bragged that China had nearly tripled its GDP during his 13 years in power.

Find someone who knows someone who brags a lot.


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