Oh no, though strong the love, I cannot boast much skill.
It was almost like a boast that he was ready to sacrifice himself.
Pontchartrain, had the impudence to boast of this before my face.
The boast made his blood run cold, but his expression was one of sinful pride.
Is this, Is this the liberty they boast of here, Common to all?
But I, who may boast of firmer nerve, I take up the remembrance.
Definition of Boast
(masonry) To dress, as a stone, with a broad chisel. | (sculpting) To shape roughly as a preparation for the finer work to follow; to cut to the general form required. | A brag; ostentatious positive appraisal of oneself.
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