big noter n.
(Aus.) a show-off, a braggart.
|‘Whisper All Aussie Dict.’ in Kings Cross Whisper (Sydney) xxxii 6/1: big noter: A braggart who uses money to impress birds.|
|Aussie Swearers Guide 26: Big Noter. Thje big note the Big Noter sounds is on his own glorfication [...] In basic Australian, he’s got tickets on himself.|
|Aus. Prison Sl. Gloss. [Internet] Big note. To act in a boastful manner. Thus, a ‘bignoter’ is a braggard [sic].|
|How to Shoot Friends 203: ‘Around the traps’ is an expression used to describe what happens when big noters and wishful thinkers get together for a Saturday night piss up.|
|Big Ask 155: Noel Webb [...] smirked at this [i.e. comment], as though I’d exposed myself as a fatuous big-noter.|
|Cook Islands’ Herald 11 Mar. [Internet] When he heard the PM was aware of his whereabouts and was about to visit the sick, the former Parliamentary big noter suddenly got well again and fled.|
|Godzone Dict. 16: big-noter A person who consistently draws attention to their own success, wealth, high-ranking contacts and superior ideas.|