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Boastful Quotes By Donna Lynn Hope: Special ops have earned the right to boast Special ops have earned the right to boast and don't; you're just a wannabee, which is why you do. — Donna Lynn Hope
Boastful Quotes By Angelica Hopes: Wagging tongues from prejudiced, sophisticated facade of show-off Wagging tongues from prejudiced, sophisticated facade of show-off people can never blemish any honest, genuine, golden heart. — Angelica Hopes
Boastful Quotes By Boris Pasternak: They had the boastful, dead eternity of bronze They had the boastful, dead eternity of bronze monuments and marble columns. — Boris Pasternak
Boastful Quotes By Gordon B. Hinckley: When temptation comes your way, name that boastful, When temptation comes your way, name that boastful, deceitful giant "Goliath!" and do with it as David did to the Philistine of Gath. — Gordon B. Hinckley
Boastful Quotes By Kristin Cashore: Men are daft around women, incautious and boastful. Men are daft around women, incautious and boastful. — Kristin Cashore
Boastful Quotes By Daniel A. D'Aniello: I'm not a boastful person. I like my I'm not a boastful person. I like my actions to speak for me. — Daniel A. D'Aniello
Boastful Quotes By Don Roff: The best writers I've read possess oodles of The best writers I've read possess oodles of self-doubt, yet claw their way up with each work and remain humble. Boastful ones, not so much. — Don Roff
Boastful Quotes By Anonymous: Do not turn your face from others with Do not turn your face from others with pride, nor walk arrogantly on earth. Verily the Almighty does not like those who are arrogant and boastful. — Anonymous
Boastful Quotes By Northrop Frye: The tricky or boastful gods of ancient myths The tricky or boastful gods of ancient myths and primitive folk tales are characters of the same kind that turn up in Faulkner or Tennessee Williams. — Northrop Frye
Boastful Quotes By Samuel Johnson: Quack: A boastful pretender to arts which he Quack: A boastful pretender to arts which he does not understand. A vain boastful pretender to physick; An artful, tricking practitioner in physick. — Samuel Johnson