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boast

Squash
a stroke in which the ball is hit on to one of the side walls before hitting the front wall

boast

[bōst]
(engineering)
To shape stone or curve furniture roughly in preparation for finer work later on.
To finish the face of a building stone by cutting a series of parallel grooves.

boast

To dress or shape stone roughly, usually with a broad chisel.
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Hunkuyi boasted in 2003 that he will defeat the incumbent governor.
The singing sensations was no doubt drawn in by the stunning features boasted by the 4285-square-foot home, which rests behind gates for privacy, and is full of modern appliances as it is newly built.
In one message, one biker brazenly boasted "We shut down the city!" "It was madness," boasted another.
He said: "A lot of people saw the offshoot of the show and think I went out and boasted. Piers Morgan came out about my conquests.
PETER TOBIN boasted to neighbours of travelling abroad in his own boat - sparking fears he may have claimed victims in other countries.
1 : to express too much pride in a person's own qualities, possessions, or achievements <Players on the other team boasted of their strength.>