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commonness

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acceptance, averageness, bawdiness, bawdry, chasteness, circulation, cliche, commonality, commonalty, commonplace.
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Strutting

Synonyms:

adjective
boastful
arrogant, big, bombastic, conceited, crowing, egotistic, egotistical, exultant, hifalutin, hot stuff, know-it-all, loudmouth, pompous, pretentious, self-aggrandizing, snooty, stuck-up, swaggering, swanky, swollen-headed, vainglorious, windbag, Vaunting, Strutting, self-applauding, snootiest, puffed-up, smart-alecky, big-headed, cocky, full of hot air, on ego trip, too big for one's britches, smart alecky, stuck up.
vainglorious
boasting, bragging, cavalier, haughty, high-and-mighty, high-handed, huffy, overbearing, presumptuous, self-important, snobbish, vain, puffed up, cocky*, blowing one's own horn.
walking
afoot, ambulate, ambulatory, digitigrade, marching, plantigrade, wandering, Roaming, Hiking, Promenading, Strolling.
noun
pride
vainglory.
vainglory
arrogance, boastfulness, cockiness, conceit, condescension, egoism, egotism, haughtiness, huff, overconfidence, patronage, presumption, pretension, self-importance, smugness, snobbery, swelled head, vanity, over-confidence, big-headedness, egoisms.
verb
act
be on, burlesque, characterize, dramatize, emote, enact, feign, go on, go over, ham, impersonate, mime, mimic, mug, parody, perform, personate, personify, play, portray, pretend, rehearse, represent, simulate, star, stooge, take part, ham it up, bring down the house, do a turn, make debut, play act, play gig, play part, play role, put it over, say one's piece, lay an egg, tread the boards, strut*.
bluster
badger, boast, brag, brazen, browbeat, bulldoze, domineer, gloat, hector, rant, rave, roar, roister, storm, strut, swell, vapor, vaunt, yap, talk big, ride the high horse, shoot off one's mouth, cow*, crow*.
boast
advertise, aggrandize, blow, bluster, bully, cock-a-doodle-doo, crow, exaggerate, exult, fake, flourish, gasconade, glory, jive, prate, preen, puff, shovel, showboat, shuck, sling, sound off, triumph, PSYCH, flatter oneself, attract attention, blow smoke, con, congratulate oneself, give a good account of oneself, hug oneself, lay on thick, blow one's own horn, shoot*.
boasting
blowing, blustering, boasting, bragging, crowing, gloating, swaggering, Aggrandizing, Bluffing, Flaunting, Lording, Parading, Sauntering, Vaunting, Prancing, Preening, pontificating.
crow
babble, cackle, caw, cry, gas, gurgle, jubilate, mouth, rodomontade, squawk, whoop, glory in.
flounce
fling, jerk, nancy, spring, stamp, swish, throw, toss.
strut
flaunt, flounce, grandstand, mince, parade, peacock, prance, put on airs, sashay, stalk, stride, swagger, swank, sweep, show off, play to audience.
Examples of usage:
  1. Methinks to see how the great ones of the world will go strutting up and down the streets sometimes, it makes me wonder. – The Works of John Bunyan Volume 3 by John Bunyan
  2. Early in May you may have the good fortune to see this little bird of the woods strutting in and out of the garden shrubbery with a certain mock dignity, like a child wearing its father's boots. – Bird-Neighbors by Blanchan, Neltje
  3. " All right, Captain," he answered, " some other time- not now- I'm in a hurry," and went strutting out into the storm. – In the Heart of a Fool by William Allen White
  4. She rushed down, and abandoning the lunch, ran as fast as she could to the field, and as she approached, this was the sight that met her gaze: Gretchen was strutting about with a dock leaf held over her head for a parasol, and trailing the beautiful mull overskirt on the ground, endeavoring to realize the feelings of a fine lady in a trailed dress. – Our Young Folks at Home and Abroad by Various
  5. Passing by a corn- dealer's shop, in front of which a few pigeons were strutting about, unmolested by any one, the prisoner almost touched a grey- blue bird with her foot; it fluttered up and flew close to her ear, fanning her with its wings. – Resurrection by Maude, Louise Shanks

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