braggy

Raggy vs Braggy - What's the difference?

raggy | braggy |


As adjectives the difference between raggy and braggy

is that raggy is raglike; like a rag while braggy is prone to brag.

Braggy vs Bragly - What's the difference?

braggy | bragly |


As an adjective braggy

is prone to brag.

As an adverb bragly is

finely; so as it may be bragged.

Draggy vs Braggy - What's the difference?

draggy | braggy |


As adjectives the difference between draggy and braggy

is that draggy is boring; dull while braggy is prone to brag.

Braggy vs Baggy - What's the difference?

braggy | baggy |


As adjectives the difference between braggy and baggy

is that braggy is prone to brag while baggy is of clothing, very loose-fitting, so as to hang away from the body.

As a noun baggy is

a small plastic bag, as for sandwiches.

Craggy vs Braggy - What's the difference?

craggy | braggy |


As adjectives the difference between craggy and braggy

is that craggy is characterized by rugged, sharp, or coarse features while braggy is prone to brag.

Brag vs Braggy - What's the difference?

brag | braggy |


As adjectives the difference between brag and braggy

is that brag is first-rate while braggy is prone to brag.

As a verb brag

is to boast; to talk with excessive pride about what one has, can do, or has done.

As a noun brag

is a boast or boasting; bragging; ostentatious pretence or self-glorification.

As an adverb brag

is (obsolete) proudly; boastfully.