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Donald Trump’s Use Of The Word ‘Braggadocious’ During Monday Night’s Debate Called Out By Merriam-Webster

Donald Trump uses the word “braggadocious” a lot. But is “braggadocious” a real word? The Merriam-Webster Dictionary called out Trump’s use of the word “braggadocious” during Monday night’s first presidential debate. While Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton debated issues that are important to American voters Monday night at Hofstra University in New York, Twitter users...
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