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We were struck by the parallels between overconfident polls and overconfidence in human judgment.
POLLS ARE OVERCONFIDENT, JUST LIKE PEOPLEDON MOORENOVEMBER 12, 2020QUARTZ
Cain was the kind who would try such a crazy stunt, alone, with such supreme overconfidence in his own muscle power.
THE WOMEN-STEALERS OF THRAYXFOX B. HOLDEN
The fatal overconfidence in the backwoods county was settled upon as the cause of the disaster.
SONS AND FATHERSHARRY STILLWELL EDWARDS
I am not ashamed to confess that I cried over the loss of this poor little victim of overconfidence in human beings.
BIDWELL'S TRAVELS, FROM WALL STREET TO LONDON PRISONAUSTIN BIRON BIDWELL
But that gentleman spoiled it all by his own overconfidence.
DUFFELSEDWARD EGGLESTON
Neglect of this or overconfidence has caused many disasters.
NAUTICAL CHARTSG. R. PUTNAM
It may be the function of Contingency to correct the overconfidence of the evolutionist.
THE IFS OF HISTORYJOSEPH EDGAR CHAMBERLIN
Perhaps it was overconfidence or a sense of already being on easy street that caused the Giants to lose the first game.
BASEBALL JOE, HOME RUN KINGLESTER CHADWICK
Learn from this never to plan, and always to beware of overconfidence.
THE BEST SHORT STORIES OF 1921 AND THE YEARBOOK OF THE AMERICAN SHORT STORYVARIOUS
We know, however, that nothing is as dangerous as overconfidence, in war or in peace.
STATE OF THE UNION ADDRESSES OF HARRY S. TRUMANHARRY S. TRUMAN
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