n. boaster; one given to loud, empty boasting; very talkative person
Modest by nature, she was no braggart, preferring to let her accomplishments speak for themselves.
Sentence in Classic:
If thou carriest the prize, I will add to it twenty nobles; but if thou losest it, thou shalt be stript of thy Lincoln green, and scourged out of the lists with bowstrings, for a wordy and insolent braggart.
Her father was an old unmarried professor of mathematics, a brutal man and a braggart, who went out to give lessons in spite of his age.
Les Misérables (V1) By Victor Hugo Context