Thesaurus / cockiness
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His polite and affable smiling, his cockiness and his suavity—all these were part of a pose.
GARGOYLESBEN HECHT
It struck me at one time that there was a good deal of cockiness on that side of the Atlantic, that has entirely disappeared.
There is a self-sufficient "cockiness" about him that soars above all compromise and defers to nothing and to nobody.
More startling was the selfsame hairline scar traversing his cheek; the same touch of cockiness in the set of his face.
They had long regarded our Government as ignorant of European affairs and amateurish in its cockiness.
"The Forts and Libs will make it through," Weather said with a lot of cockiness.
The captain went from cockiness to doubt, from doubt to anxiety, and then to anguished fury.
He regained his cockiness on the trip home, though, and insisted on talking all the way.
SECURITYPOUL WILLIAM ANDERSON

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.