Boast [noun]

Definition of Boast:

brag; source of pride

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Sentence/Example of Boast:

In 2019, it boasted that it could unlock any iPhone and most Android phones.

While Tailwind’s filing boasts of leveraging Krim’s expertise, himself having taken a digital consumer brand public, it’s worth noting that public market investors haven’t been ebullient about his current company, Casper.

His science and education YouTube channels boast many millions of subscribers, and he has started businesses and written books on the back of that success.

The Carolina Hurricanes are one of the least successful franchises in NHL history, boasting the third-worst win percentage of the expansion era.

San Diego boasted of its perfect climate, and a lot of people moved here for their health.

As of June 2020, Google tops the charts for search engine market share boasting 86% of desktop and 95% of total mobile searches.

Overtime boasts an audience of 35 million, 88% of which are 35 or younger, according to Weiner.

If your posts are popular enough, they might even get included in the Explore feed, which boasts more than 200 million daily hits.

The size of the carrack, with its carvel-built robust hulls, also made it stand out from its galley-based predecessors, with some versions boasting capacities around a whopping 1000-tons.

He leant against the wall of his refuge, notwithstanding this boast, and licked the ice to moisten his parched lips.