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boaster

[′bō·stər]
(design engineering)

boaster

A flat, steel mason’s chisel used in the dressing of stone.
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Team's captain M.Rizwan Sr thanked them, "such gestures serve as a morale boaster for the players.
Seven patients were partially immunized (didn't received complete three basic vaccines and the boaster dose against diphtheria) and rest 49 (87.5%) were totally unvaccinated (Table 3).
The mobile phone boaster tells everyone on the train where he's going to put his money.
Dr Mustafa Kamal addressing party functionaries in Srinagar while referring to Rajnath's assertions said, it is unfortunately the language of an arrogant boaster and a bully.
Often in satire it is the alazon, the boaster, who dominates the poem.
The past growth of Israel and its ongoing affairs with USA and India will be a power boaster in pursuit for the symbolically acceptance of Jerusalem as Capital followed by its recognition as a country.
Aristophanes, also a "boaster par excellence" (313)--but one who does not take himself too seriously--boasts in order to reveal the absurdity of boasting.
We are currently working in Zimbabwe over the past three years, but we hope to boaster expansion there in the countries of Ghana, Cote d'Ivoire, and Nigeria.
A report stated: "Sudden fame went to his head and he was known as a boaster, although detractors were quick to add he feared neither man nor devil and was a hell of a fighter."
A report stated: "Sudden fame went to his head and he was known as a boaster although his detractors were quick to add that he feared neither man nor devil and was a hell of a fighter."
(The Shrew 1.2.190-200) While the descriptors 'gentleman' and 'adventurer' are not mutually exclusive, 'gentleman' and 'boaster' are.
Tenders are invited for Providing and laying boaster pump stabisd work atjagrati nagar Ward-37 File no- 249/16x3/6