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Word of the Week

(use it in a sentence, leave it in a comment!)

bravado

[bruh-vah-doh]

noun

a pretentious, swaggering display of courage

The boys played around, full of bravado, trying to impress the girls who were sitting on a nearby wall, but they didn’t pay any attention to the boys’ antics, they were too busy chatting to each other, .

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2 thoughts on “Word of the Week

  1. Eduardo on said:

    They said they were swimming on a river full of hungry piranhas and furious sharks. It was a moment of bravado, but I wondered can piranhas and sharks live together?

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