vainglorious[ veyn-glawr-ee-uh s, -glohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF vainglorious
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR VAINGLORIOUS
The other (greatly to the vainglorious man's surprise) said: "I accept the challenge."
There is nothing too extravagant or too vainglorious for me to say of myself.
To have had a pastor always might have made them vainglorious.
Then even that had ceased and I had dropped into vainglorious apathy.
The mob ran swiftly, with vainglorious shouts from its leaders.
I answered, quite too happy to be anything but vainglorious.
The Germans introduced into their colophons some vainglorious notices.
Art thou a savage, resenting all address, or some vainglorious man?
Vainglorious males, they doubt her gift, because she is a female!
On the gulf of Urab the people are warlike, vainglorious, and revengeful.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR VAINGLORIOUS
- puffed up
- stuck on oneself