self-conceit

[ self-kuh n-seet, self- ]SEE DEFINITION OF self-conceit
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Doltimore is Self-conceit personified,—and Self-conceit is horn-eyed.

No, such a piece of self-conceit was not in accordance with my nature.

Self-reverence is the antipode of self-conceit, of selfishness.

An', no doubt, 'tis a wholesome set-down for me self-conceit!

He was not a bad boy; but self-conceit was the rock on which he wrecked himself.

Her understanding was naturally small, and her self-conceit great.

Secure in her own self-conceit and vanity, she had betrayed her friend.

All the self-conceit and confidence have to be taken out of him first.

There is no fear of self-conceit or of a mistaken estimate of ourselves.

But yet on the whole my conscience or my self-conceit tells me that I am.

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