self-confident

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

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It was wonderful to see the change in the strong, self-confident girl's manner.

His kind is too arrogant, too self-confident to have recourse to untruth.

Self-confident and free from doubts, fame will be his in the state and fame be his in his home.

In another she had grown to womanhood and self-confident power.

"I saw him myself," replied the man with a self-confident smile of derision.

Both warriors were self-confident; nevertheless, they did not rush to the battle.

He was himself again: self-confident, resolute, overbearing.

He threw back his head with a proud, self-confident gesture.

It was painfully evident that his self-confident tone had not imposed on them.

They were mistaken in their man; Grenville was independent and self-confident.

WORD ORIGIN

1610s, from self- + confident. Related: self-confidently.

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