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Meantime Elephant Number 1, after chuckling to himself very conceitedly, proceeded to the pool near by to bathe and cool himself.
MY DARK COMPANIONSHENRY M. STANLEY
He stood before the kind of throne on which the marchioness conceitedly installed herself.
THE SON OF CLEMENCEAUALEXANDRE (FILS) DUMAS
Instead of crediting animals with these, to them, invaluable faculties, man conceitedly says they are involuntary actions.
"Eighty-eight—ninety-eight," said old Major Jennings (but not conceitedly).
IT AND OTHER STORIESGOUVERNEUR MORRIS
The fact is, that by this time, to speak conceitedly, the obsession of the book was getting oppressive.
“Strange how nervous everybody is in my presence,” murmured the Dodo, conceitedly.
"It's mental, everything is mental," said Skippy conceitedly.
SKIPPY BEDELLEOWEN JOHNSON
You ask, perhaps, who I am that thus conceitedly salute you?
"I'll betcher I'll be the cutest kid in that church," boasted Jimmy conceitedly.
Auntie Cam and his mother would sew, and it seemed as if he read to me chiefly—I don't mean that conceitedly, but it really did!
SIX GIRLS AND BOBMARION AMES TAGGART

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oligopolynoun | [ol-i-gop-uh-lee ]SEE DEFINITION