vanity

[ van-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF vanity

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Her woman's vanity blossomed deliciously in the atmosphere of a man's love.

And have you not before now said, that nothing is so penetrating as the eye of a lover who has vanity?

Alas, the vanity of mortal projects, even when they centre in the grave!

Her slips with these men wounded Shakespeare's vanity, and he persisted in underrating her.

When his vanity was injured, his blindness was almost inconceivable.

Then vanity, the vice which promotes so many virtues, asserts itself.

I wonder how that man would live if it weren't for the vanity of young authors!

His desire to please evidently arose not from vanity but benevolence.

This she left to work its natural effect upon the vanity of man.

They might have been joined in Lady Delacour, perhaps—there's vanity!

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