2. an instance of boastful talk; "his brag is worse than his fight"; "whenever he won we were exposed to his gasconade"Source or sample of word "brag"
3. boast: show offSource or sample of word "brag"
4. boss: exceptionally good; "a boss hand at carpentry"; "his brag cornfield"Source or sample of word "brag"
5. (bragging) boastful: exhibiting self-importance; "big talk"Source or sample of word "brag"
6. A brag is a creature from the folklore of Northumberland and Durham that usually took the form of a horse or donkey. ...Source or sample of word "brag"
7. (Bragging) Boasting is the act of making an ostentatious speech. It is considered a vice by such major religious groups as Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, and Buddhism. Boasting has also been studied by such evolutionary psychologists as Robert Wright.Source or sample of word "brag"
8. The card game three card brag; to boast; First-rateSource or sample of word "brag"
9. (Bragging) in the context of social networking sites or personal blogs, announcing that one has committed some illegal or generally objectionable act, or has a propensity to engage in that act, or refuses to accept some responsibility normally socially expected, in order to poke fun at or rebel ...Source or sample of word "brag"
10. Bragging is a kind of lie in which a person tells something about himself or anything, which is not true, in an effort to build up a reputation, such as saying "I own a billion dollar car and house," in which they actually don't.Source or sample of word "brag"
11. (BRAGS) Bioelectric Repair and Growth SocietySource or sample of word "brag"
12. a storytelling pastime used to recount battle action as a test of knowledge or gullibility since before the American CIVIL WAR; also known as "Hazard" or "Bluff", this exercise in deception and misdirection contributed to the development of both POKER and LIAR'S DICE. See WAR GAMES.Source or sample of word "brag"
13. brigade artillery groupSource or sample of word "brag"