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trumpet

Synonyms of trumpet in English:

noun

Phrases

blow one's own trumpet

1
he refused to blow his own trumpet and blushingly declined to speak
boast, brag, sing one's own praises, show off, swank, congratulate oneself
North American informal blow/toot one's own horn
Australian/New Zealand informal skite
archaic vaunt, rodomontade, gasconade

verb

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  • 1 ‘come on!’ he trumpeted
  • 2 the team of British researchers trumpeted a major medical breakthrough
    proclaim, announce, declare, broadcast, promulgate, noise abroad, shout from the rooftops, blazon
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