What was the deal with this rather stunning accusation—presented without a byline—of anti-Semitism at the vaunted magazine?
As we left to recuperate at, yes, the vaunted Starbucks, Jigs reminded me of a moment in Pearl Square.
vaunted Mad Men star Jon Hamm is the debonair catalyst for “Emotions With Jon Hamm” and “Sad Don Draper.”
The fiscal cliff showdown is the first test case of whether Obama can retool his vaunted campaign apparatus for his second term.
Dan Gross on why the episode is a reminder that the vaunted cloud is much like the Web in the 1990s—young and far from foolproof.
It is true there was scenery which for grandeur and beauty might have vied with the most vaunted spots on the island.
I vaunted my love for history, biography, the poets, but spoke lightly of fiction.
The dream was from heaven, and not all the vaunted wisdom of this world could interpret it.
Mac was clutching his shoulder, stirred for once out of his vaunted "deegnity."
His rejoinder was maddening because it flouted their vaunted wisdom, and withal was unanswerable.
c.1400, "speak vainly or proudly," from Middle French vanter "to praise, speak highly of," from Late Latin vanitare "to boast," frequentative of Latin vanare "to utter empty words," from vanus "idle, empty" (see vain). Related: Vaunted; vaunting.