cocksure[ kok-shoor, -shur ]SEE DEFINITION OF cocksure
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I liked to hear her knock my big men in her cocksure superior way.
In his operations he was a cocksure individual, Mr. Craig was!
And he also will learn not to be cocksure and jump at conclusions.
Gladstone was remarking but the other day, ‘Harding was always so cocksure.’
I was so taken aback,” he explained; “he was so ignorant, so cocksure, that he made me mad.
Of a cocksure, ambitious boy just breaking out of leading strings?
He was so cocksure of himself and of her that he could not believe she was in earnest.
"It's Jos all the time," declared Jack, cocksure of the fact.
It may have been they were cocksure of their power to score again when they chose.
I think they're not more than half right, though they're so cocksure.
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