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Definition of 'Toot your own horn' from our dictionary of English idioms and idiomatic expressions.

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Definition of toot own horn in the Idioms Dictionary. toot own horn phrase. What does toot own horn expression mean? Definitions by the largest Idiom ...

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Definition of toot your own horn in the Idioms Dictionary. toot your own horn phrase. What does toot your own horn expression mean? Definitions by the largest ...

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Idiom Definition - to toot your own horn - to brag or boast about your accomplishments or ... "Not to toot my own horn but I sure did a good job in here."  ...

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blow one's own horn ... toot one's own horn. (idiomatic) To promote oneself; to boast or brag; to tout oneself. Not to toot my own horn, but I already knew all that.

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It means praising or sticking up for yourself, and can have either positive ... In addition to blow/toot your own horn/trumpet, there's also the idiom ...

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Blow one's own horn definition, one of the bony, permanent, hollow paired ... blow /toot one's own horn, Informal. to publicize or boast about one's abilities or ...

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Idiom. toot one's own horn. blow one's own trumpet. sing one's own praises. Meaning. brag about or call attention to one's abilities. Usage. He always likes to  ...

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The meaning and origin of the phrase 'Blow your own trumpet'. ... 6:1 Take heed that ye do not your alms before men, to be seen of them: otherwise ye have no ...