English words and Examples of Usage

use "boast" in a sentence

Some local governments (counties) can only boast of a few doctors.

Nigeria alone can boast of more than 25 accredited medical schools.

Even in the digital age, smaller towns still boast many movie theaters.

While the iPhone 5S has a 4-inch screen, the 6 and 6S models boast 4.7 inches.

Rouhani's boast of a political victory may be too lightly taken as pap for the masses.

Caviar, mozzarella and Japanese gyoza all now boast their own unique dining destinations.

In that respect, Germany - and I will try not to boast - has worked in a more structured manner.

He was on the cover of The New Yorker-that was something that I still like to boast about.

The students, in turn, boast of having laid on their bellies in the snow to get just the right shot.

Speed aside, the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge also boast a higher resolution camera than the iPhone.

And, for perhaps the first time in history, Islam and Christianity would boast roughly equal numbers.

Well, that is, it's not something I can boast of, in fact it's not something I can talk unashamedly about in public.

Today, there are more than 300 cities in the world that boast a population in excess of 1 million.

The boast about the sobriety of the town is false.

His boast that he is the best pitcher is true.

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