elizabeth (rainbow_yarn) wrote in 1word1day,

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vaunt [VAWNT, VAHNT]

transitive verb
1. to speak vaingloriously of; boast of.

intransitive verb
2. to speak boastfully; brag.

3. a boastful action or utterance.


Everyone in the neighborhood knew when Sylvia's little boy received an award at school, as the woman would stand on the sidewalk and boorishly vaunt the achievment to anyone who would listen.
Tags: noun, v, verb

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