self-confidence

[ self-kon-fi-duhns, self- ]SEE DEFINITION OF self-confidence

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Though ill and poor at this period, he kept up his self-confidence.

Her self-confidence, which had overthrown Philip, had gradually oozed away.

But Germany and Austria lost nothing of their self-confidence.

It cannot all be want of experience as 13th have shown dash and self-confidence.

You cannot forestall that; you must depend upon your own self-confidence.

Nothing but want of self-confidence had stood in the way of my coming into my own.

Self-sufficiency and self-confidence are inevitable results.

He was straight as a ramrod; there was self-confidence in his carriage and pride in his mien.

To see it there was to have it; or so I vowed in my surprise and self-confidence.

I wouldn't do anything to wound her pride or self-confidence.

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