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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbig-headedbig-head‧ed /ˌbɪɡˈhedɪd◂/ ●○○ adjective  informalBOAST someone who is big-headed thinks they are very important, clever etc – used to show disapproval opp modestsee thesaurus at proudbig-head noun [countable]
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big-headedBut later, I realized that it had been quite good for me and stopped me getting big-headed.I see now that it was just his way of keeping me on my mettle and making sure I didn't get big-headed.I don't want to seem big-headed but I frankly don't think it will work.I don't want to sound big-headed, but I thought my picture was the best.I suppose that might be a fear of being considered big-headed or vain.The big-headed silhouette with its strangely twisted mandibles surprises motorists on a day out to the seaside.Better than being big-headed, the thing Uncle Max was always slapping me down for.
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