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Synonyms for bravado
brəˈvɑ doʊbrava·do

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  1. bravado

    Synonyms:
    boasting, bragging, vaunting, bluster

Princeton's WordNet

  1. bravado, blusternoun

    a swaggering show of courage

    Synonyms:
    braggadocio, rodomontade, bluster, rhodomontade

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  1. bravadonoun

    Synonyms:
    boast, boasting, brag, bluster, BLATHERSKITE

Synonyms, Antonyms & Associated Words

  1. bravadonoun

    Synonyms:
    brag, blustering, threat

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How to use bravado in a sentence?

  1. Tony Nadal:

    I feel the loss of all my soldiers, when you get through all the bravado … what you are left with is anguish. I have found help -- and the help is that the soldiers that fought at LZ X-Ray have been gathering together for the last 22 years and we have annual reunions. We have gotten very close.

  2. Craig Gunderson:

    For some of these people, it was kind of a demented social club. For some, it was about ego and bravado — who could kill the biggest? The most? for some people, it’s what their family did.

  3. Rand Paul:

    It kind of reminds me of the funniest moment, I think, of the second debate, where out of nowhere, complete non sequitur, he starts going after me. And I guess it's part of his bravado, his shtick, i'm thinking, how did we get the race for the most important office in the free world to sink to such depths, and how could anyone in my party think that this clown is fit to be president?

  4. Tony Scherrer:

    He (Icahn) is coming after us with some bravado and campaigning to get more blood out of the turn-up here.

  5. Carrie Fisher:

    I did have a false bravado with drugs, and I found my adult female body and person didn’t need that, [Once I was] a mother I was like, ‘I certainly don’t want to be not present for them.’ I feel like I’m alive, in part, because I’ve looked at what it has done to the rest of my family.


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