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Blowing Your Own Trumpet ( saying good things about yourself ... )

"Blowing Your Own Trumpet"

"Blowing your own trumpet" is saying good things about yourself so that others can hear about you.

Example: "Is Deb still talking about the deal she made?" Reply: "Yes, she's blowing her own trumpet."

"Blowing your own trumpet" is talking about what you have done so others will know how good you are.

Example: "Don't listen to him. He's just blowing his own trumpet."

Example: "There you go again, blowing your own trumpet."

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