Jan. 18th, 2017

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thrasonical (thray-SON-i-kuhl) - adj., boastful, vainglorious.


More literally, of, pertaining to, or resembling Thrasō(n), a braggart soldier in Terence's play Eunuchus (161 BC) -- who was in turn named from Greek thrasos, bold/spirited. Borrowed in 1564 and used, among other people, by Shakespeare in Love's Labors Lost.

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