conceited

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  • I never in all my life knew a girl to be quite so conceited as she is. Cited from The Eagle's Shadow, by James Branch Cabell
  • They are, perhaps, just a little conceited with themselves, don't you think? Cited from Princess Maritza, by Percy Brebner
  • The chance is that at the end of five minutes she would have thought him conceited. Cited from The Atlantic Monthly, Vol. 8, No. 46, August, 1861, by Various
  • L. was a bright boy, always conceited and given to non-social acts. Cited from The Foundations of Personality, by Abraham Myerson
  • Perhaps she has warned him too, as if he were not conceited enough already! Cited from More about Pixie, by Mrs. George de Horne Vaizey
  • I was rather conceited that I could get on always without it. Cited from The Secret City, by Hugh Walpole
  • A man with such a reputation for ability would most likely be conceited. Cited from An American Politician, by F. Marion Crawford
  • When that passed I felt like a different man and grew conceited and gay. Cited from A Voyage to Arcturus, by David Lindsay
  • Its typical products were far too conceited to lay down the law. Cited from George Bernard Shaw, by Gilbert K. Chesterton
  • I am not at all the sort of man to be conceited in that way. Cited from An Eye for an Eye, by Anthony Trollope
  • He was a second rate and conceited actor having a vast idea of his own importance. Cited from This Country Of Ours, by H. E. Marshall
  • I think I must now tell a little story of myself, if you will not think me conceited. Cited from The Reminiscences Of Sir Henry Hawkins (Baron Brampton), by Brampton
  • I cannot say that the result obtained is calculated to make one conceited! Cited from Lady of the Decoration, by Frances Little
  • It is largely due to a fear that the boy will grow conceited because of his new-found opportunity. Cited from The Boy and the Sunday School, by John L. Alexander
  • You're all too conceited-nothing's good enough for you. Cited from The Story of the Gadsby, by Rudyard Kipling
  • I won't make you conceited, but just ask who could bear comparison with you. Cited from Dame Care, by Hermann Sudermann
  • They are the most conceited creatures in the world, and think themselves of so much importance! Cited from The World's Best Literature, Ancient And Modern, Vol. 3, Ed. by Warner
  • But you must think me the most conceited and presumptuous fellow you ever knew. Cited from The Vicar's Daughter, by George MacDonald
  • Him, and his worth, and our great need of him, You have right well conceited. Cited from Julius Caesar, by William Shakespeare
  • He made use of expressions and said things which rose to my head and made me conceited. Cited from Recollections Of My Childhood And Youth,G. Brandes
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