conceited[ kuhn-see-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF conceited
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONCEITED
It helps one, or should help one, to realise both, and not to be too conceited about either.
You'll think I'm a conceited ass, but I'm not a bad sort, Eudora.
I mean you think I'm conceited and rich and don't know what trouble is.
Take him all in all, James was a bigot, a tyrant, a conceited fool.
You pet them and fawn on them, and naturally they get conceited.
The rebels are not so conceited as the simon pure (p. 075) West-Pointers.
She was never a conceited, but she had often been a self-reliant woman.
And therefore you are not conceited, having nothing of which to be conceited.
Had I the same, I should have been very proud and conceited; but the truth is that I have no knowledge of the kind.
"Don't be so conceited about your poverty, Gi-gi," said Roma.