Definition of Bragger

1. Noun. A very boastful and talkative person.

Exact synonyms: Blowhard, Boaster, Braggart, Line-shooter, Vaunter
Generic synonyms: Egoist, Egotist, Swellhead
Derivative terms: Boast, Brag, Brag, Vaunt



Definition of Bragger

1. n. One who brags; a boaster.

Definition of Bragger

1. Noun. a person who brags ¹

2. Adjective. (comparative of brag) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Bragger

1. a braggart [n -S] - See also: braggart

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bragger

braggadoccio
braggadocian
braggadocians
braggadocii
braggadocio
braggadocios
braggardism
braggardisms
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braggart(a)
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braggartly
braggartry
braggarts
bragged
bragger (current term)
braggers
braggest
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bragging(a)
bragging rights
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braggite
braggy
bragless
bragly
brags

Literary usage of Bragger

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1. Hoyle's Games: Containing the Rules for Playing Fashionable Games, with by Edmond Hoyle (1887)
"1 king and 1 bragger, t queens, 1 queen and 1 bragger, ito Of doubling and raising the Ante. tf the ante is doubled, the eldest hand having loomed at the ..."

2. Foster's Complete Hoyle: An Encyclopedia of All the Indoor Games Played at by Robert Frederick Foster (1897)
"If he has a pair of nines and a bragger, or a nine and two braggers, he may call them three nines, and bet on them as such. In this respect braggers ..."

3. The Field Book: Or, Sports and Pastimes of the United Kingdom; Comp. from (1833)
"The second stoke is won by the person possessing the best brag-hand, or often rather by the boldest bragger, who sometimes only pretends to hold good cards, ..."

4. Dansk-norsk-engelsk-ordbog by Anton Larsen (1897)
"... vapour, make a boast i alle: of of), vaunt (üb. prop), »rooter e -e bragger, braggart, braggadocio, ..."

5. The Cyclopædia of Wit and Humor: Containing Choice and Characteristic by William Evans Burton (1859)
"Once in awhile, indeed, seeing they had two aces and a bragger, they would venture a bet of five or ten dollars, but they were always compelled to back out ..."

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