overconfidence[ oh-ver-kon-fi-duhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF overconfidence
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But that gentleman spoiled it all by his own overconfidence.
Neglect of this or overconfidence has caused many disasters.
It may be the function of Contingency to correct the overconfidence of the evolutionist.
Confidence is a necessary thing in billiards, but overconfidence is bad.
Nettled, and alarmed at what appeared to be their overconfidence, Gaylor objected warmly.
Overconfidence and complacency are among our deadliest enemies.
Harvard overconfidence was a byword when he was in college, and it was overconfidence which he feared now.
Kenneth had lost his vaunting air of self-assertion and overconfidence, and was very quiet.
By lulling her into overconfidence some day she will naturally grow careless, and then we'll have them all.
Old Mr. Fletwode was legally acquitted of all other offence than that of overconfidence in his son.
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