Boaster [noun]

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It came that way to a boaster of his intentions sometimes, especially so when a man spoke too quickly and assumed too much.

Red Arrow believed this as much as the boaster did, for men must believe they will do these things before they do them.

He was a great boaster, but when put to the test, generally collapsed in a ludicrous manner.

I will challenge the boaster to run up a hill with me, breathing but four times until the top is reached.

And the company would separate, so when the boaster reached the place no one would be there.

The next day, the boy met and challenged the boaster to run to the top of a small hill, drawing breath but four times on the way.

If you can run and draw breath but four times, I can run the same distance and draw breath but twice, the boaster said.

Then all the men mocked the boaster, saying, 151 Your words are truly large, but your works are but small.

He was an incessant boaster, and one day swore that he could out-travel anything on the river, Midnight included.

There was an approving nod all around as this quiet snub dropped on the boaster and 'settled' him.