brag about (someone or something)

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brag about (someone or something)

To boast about someone or something, perhaps to an excessive or unwarranted degree. I can't stand being around Marcus ever since his company became such a massive success. The guy just can't stop bragging about it! You're my daughter, and you have such good grades—of course I'm going to brag about you!
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brag about someone or something

to boast about someone or something; to talk proudly about someone or something. He bragged about how selfish he was. Jill brags a lot about her kids.
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References in classic literature ?
'You needn't brag about it,' returned Fledgeby, disappointed in his desire to heighten the contrast between his bed and the streets.
What's great is that you haven't kissed or slept with a girl just so you can brag about it. It's good that you're waiting for the right girl to come along.
Do something that boosts learning and brag, brag, brag about it. Yes, there are equity issues when kids don't have texting plans on their cell phones.
The possession of objects considered as conspicuous, cool or status laden may also entitle the individual to communicate or brag about it. The basic tenet of such consumptions is that many consumer decisions are motivated by the desire to communicate an existing or perhaps an aspirational social status.
Why do they need to brag about it? Weariness, injuries, a lack of talent, advanced age, genetic goofiness--none of those things turned me away from the wheel-board faith.
We even brag about it to the delegates from Vancouver who have never experienced such merciless temperatures in their lives.