boasted in a sentence

  1. He has always boasted of his son.
  2. He boasted of his knowledge.
  3. He boasted about his skills.
  4. He always boasted of his achievements.
  5. He boasted of having won the prize.
  6. I was there when he boasted of his achievements.
  7. He boasted of his strength.
  8. He was highly boasted of his father’s kingdom.
  9. He boasted of having received a prestigious award.
  10. He boasted of his status.
  11. I never boasted of my success.
  12. My best friend boasted of having passed the entrance exam.
  13. He proudly boasted of belonging to you.
  14. She has been boasted of it.
  15. Why are you boasted of it?
  16. we never boasted about ourselves.
  17. He seems arrogant because he boasted about his intelligence.
  18. He boasted of his aristocratic background.
  19. They boasted that they were going to win the trophy.
  20. He boasted he could produce a witty remark on any subject.
  21. Animal furs earlier were boasted only in parties.
  22. He always boasted his luxurious life to his friends and relatives.
  23. He boasted about his victory.
  24. He boasted of his might.
  25. He never boasted and always lead a life of simplicity.
  26. He boasted of his calibre.
  27. He always boasted of his learning.
  28. He always boasted of his honesty.
  29. He boasted of his knowledge.
  30. He boasted of having won the first prize.
  31. He boasted of having passed the entrance exam.
  32. He boasted about his skills.
  33. He boasted of having won the prize.
  34. The director boasted of his status.
  35. He never boasted of his success.
  36. He boasted about his adventures and the heroic feats he had performed.
  37. She often boasted about her beauty.

Synonyms Of Boasted – Another Words

 

Advertise

  • They can advertise their goods and services in the newspapers.
  • Implement innovative ideas to advertise your products that will make people know about your .
  • I think I will advertise in the paper.
  • How should you advertise on the Internet?
  • There’s no need to advertise a good wine.

blow

  • He takes his spear and gives a heavy blow to him.
  • Some people are in the habit of always blowing their own trumpet.
  • He struck a blow on his enemy.
  • She gave the child a handkerchief to blow his nose.
  • I picked up a ruler lying at hand and delivered a blow on his arm.

Bully

  • The bully beat up the little boy.
  • He always tries to bully those who are not strong enough to resist him.
  • He just loves to bully people.
  • He used to bully his friends.

Crow

  • As the crow flies, Srinagar is only one hundred miles from this place.
  • A clever crow started dropping pebbles into the jar in order to bring up the level of the water.
  • The crow started dropping pebbles in the jar.
  • A crow stole a piece of cheese.

Exaggerate

  • The main disadvantage is that they distort and exaggerate reality.
  • The agitator is inclined to exaggerate trivial matters.
  • He is apt to say atrocious things and to exaggerate his grievances.
  • You really exaggerate returning at this time.
  • Let’s not exaggerate the facts.

Exult

  • We exult at his successful election to the Assembly.

Fake

  • Sometimes you had to fake it to feel it.

Flaunt

  • Take a look if you want to flaunt your fashion taste this season.
  • We all love to flaunt a long beautiful mane.
  • Winter is the perfect season to flaunt your fashion sense.
  • Do you want to flaunt those guns?

Flourish

  • Trade and commerce flourish in the towns which line my banks on either side.
  • He may seem to flourish for a time.
  • However, the Dravidian languages continued to flourish in the south.
  • They flourish only at the cost of others.
  • No business can flourish without proper advertisement.
  • May God flourish you.

Gloat

  • We may falsely gloat over the idea.

Puff

  • He took a puff on the cigarette.
  • You are smoking means you are killing yourself bit by bit, for every puff you take you move closer to a deadly disease.

Shoot

  • You will shoot me.
  • The Commander ordered his soldiers by word of mouth to shoot the enemy.
  • We ought not to shoot animals.
  • Don’t shoot the hart.
  • did not shoot it.

Shovel

  • Handling a shovel did me a lot of good.
  • It’ll take some time to shovel all the snow off the roof.

Sling

  • She made a sling for him.
  • She made a sling for him.
  • She knew that how to sling a load.
  • He carried him in this sling to the hospital.
  • I’m putting my ass in a sling for you.

Triumph

  • It was a moment of triumph.
  • Virtue must triumph over vice in the long run.
  • Life is a perpetual triumph over the grave.
  • She forgets all in the triumph of her beauty.
  • It is the triumph of truth.
  • The landing on the moon was a triumph for man.
  • Water changes into vapor when it is heated.

Aggrandize

Cock-A-Doodle-Doo

Gasconade

Grandstand

Jive

Showboat

Shuck

Swagger

Antonyms Of Boasted – Opposite Words

 

Conceal

  • It occurred to me that he was trying to conceal something.
  • You cannot conceal anything from him.
  • He never tried to conceal anything about his life.
  • I cannot conceal anything from you.
  • I will not conceal the facts.

Fail

  • Highly successful people fail many more times than the rest of the world and with much higher stakes.
  • Some people never fail to astonish me.
  • Don’t fail in your daily duties.
  • I don’t want to fail the test.
  • They fail for lack of effort.

Hide

  • They hide the truth ?
  • You should not hide your feelings from your father.
  • Where did the dog hide the bone ?
  • He looked for a place to hide them.
  • She had nowhere to hide her head.
  • We have never and will never hide anything from you.

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