He beat Morse at billiards, and that's something to brag
of, for Morse thinks he knows everything.
The best of it was that my assertion and brag
We are, in that respect, brag
as we may of our national virtue, the most unchristian people in the civilized world.
My Spiggoty Spanish wasn't much to brag
on, but I could see she understood, though she only shook her head and wouldn't speak.
She would have trailed her rose-spattered flounce over the marble floors just as unconcernedly, and she would have proceeded just as calmly to disabuse the mind of the princess of any idea that the possession of a mere man, be he prince or peasant, was anything to brag
I've seen men from Chicago sit in a gondola in Venice on a moonlight night and brag about their drainage canal.
Here I had found a man not made from dust; one who had no narrow boasts of birthplace or country, one who, if he bragged at all, would brag of his whole round globe against the Martians and the inhabitants of the Moon.
You needn't brag
about it,' returned Fledgeby, disappointed in his desire to heighten the contrast between his bed and the streets.
However, I won't dispute it, let me be a braggart, why not brag, if it hurts no one?
Our family doesn't have much money, and she constantly brags
After years of building a hard copy career portfolio, or brag
book, I wanted to create an online vehicle that showcased my talents, accomplishments, and past projects digitally," explained Peter De Rogatis, Chief Partner.
Mae dymuniadau'r ymadawedig yn gallu bod yn eithaf gwahanol ar brydiau, ac yn y drydedd bennod yn y gyfres, byddwn yn dilyn Gareth i Brag
, ac yn ei weld yn ymateb i ddymuniad go anarferol.