self-important[ self-im-pawr-tnt, self- ]SEE DEFINITION OF self-important
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SELF-IMPORTANT
If the coroner was self-important, he was no more so than his witness.
Shepparton is to-day a local capital, busy and self-important.
She was inclined to be fussy and self-important and lacking in self-reliance.
He was old, fussy, and self-important, and withal no friend to me.
Of all the impudent, conceited, self-important young whippersnappers!
She could feel the cool air of the morning again, and hear the crowing of a self-important cock.
For Mrs. De Graf was vain and self-important, and still thought herself attractive and even girlish.
The diarist is a self-important person, talking to himself and to the future, and conscious of his effect upon both.
I never can keep track of his hours; seniors are such an erratic, self-important lot.
A bustling, self-important major of United States volunteers was at one time there, in charge.