Antonyms for more conceited

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Item, she is more spiteful, more conceited, and more silly than a goose.

No more conceited than he of Wagram and Moscow, and, like him, the father of the soldier.

Now, during the fortnight he was, if possible, more conceited than ever.

I thought it would make you more conceited and bossy than ever.

Though I may be conceited, I am not more conceited for myself than you are for yourself.

The more you remind a man of what he is, the more conceited he becomes.

Poor Delia was a very beautiful girl, and not more conceited than a be-rhymed miss ought to be.

The only important difference, I think, is, that men are generally duller and more conceited than women.

The smile that came upon her lips was so pleasant and sweet that it might have overjoyed a more conceited man than myself.

For a moment Loveland was more conceited than he had ever been in his life,—which is saying not a little.