Fanfaronade

Fanfaronade [FAN-fer-uh-NEYD]

(n.)

- Bold bragging accompanied by blustering behavior.

From French “fanfaronnade” from Spanish “fanfarronada” from “fanfarrón” (braggart) from Arabic “farfār” (loquacious) Entered into English - 1652

Used in a sentence:“The fanfaronade of the luchadors’ ostentatious pageantry was exuberant as they took turns stomping around the ring and rousing the crowd.”

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