One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘he was a prodigious braggart and a liar’
boaster, brag, bragger, show-off, blusterer, trumpeter, swaggerer, poser, poseur, poseuse, peacock, egotist, self-publicist
informal blowhard, big mouth, big-head, bag of wind, windbag, gasbag, loudmouth, bull-shooter, swank, swanker
NZ Australian big-noter
North American informal showboat
NZ Australian informal skite
British informal, dated swankpot
vulgar slang bullshitter
archaic blower, bouncer, shaker, puff, rodomont
rare braggadocio, gasconader, fanfaronade, attitudinizer
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