Definition of boaster in English:

boaster

noun

  • See boast

    • ‘He rather enjoyed it when things were good, but he'd just made himself a target for those people who weren't kindly inclined to boasters.’
    • ‘My last story of boasters and foolish acts has just happened yesterday.’
    • ‘But of course, a boaster often had their just reasons for boasting.’
    • ‘I'm sure I'd be a very good boaster, if I got the chance.’
    • ‘This individual can also be an extravagant boaster.’

Pronunciation

boaster

/ˈbəʊstə/