Boastful vs Cockalorum - What's the difference?

boastful | cockalorum |


As an adjective boastful

is tending to boast or brag.

As a noun cockalorum is

a menial, yet self-important man, empty boaster.

boastful

English

Alternative forms

* boastfull (archaic)

Adjective

(en adjective)
  • Tending to boast or brag.
  • He wrote a boastful autobiography, recording all his great deeds.

    Derived terms

    * boastfulness

    See also

    * proud

    Anagrams

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    cockalorum

    English

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • A menial, yet self-important man, empty boaster.
  • The game leapfrog.
  • A boastful speech.
  • See also

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