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


"You're not a man to be over-confident, Foyle," he explained.

The over-confident man is a23 menace to himself and to others.

We do not know enough about the navigation of the air to be in the least over-confident.

Unfortunately, Yusuf was just as over-confident as Rashed had been.

Yale was over-confident; Harvard was hopeful, but filled with fears.

But Cæsar looked alert, cool, and neither under- nor over-confident.

"She's over-confident, sir," declared Ferris when the two reached Burton's room.

A half-minute had passed when Sandel, over-confident, left an opening.

I shall never be over-confident in such matters, I think, any more.

On the one side was Pompey, proud, over-confident, and unprepared.