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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishconceitedcon‧ceit‧ed /kənˈsiːtɪd/ ●○○ adjective  PROUDsomeone who is conceited thinks they are very clever, skilful, beautiful etc – used to show disapproval syn vain You’re the most conceited selfish person I’ve ever known.see thesaurus at proudconceitedly adverbconceitedness noun [uncountable]
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conceitedI know this sounds wickedly conceited.The logical conclusion of this conceited but surprisingly widely held stance should be to declare all such people as legal minors.I don't want to sound conceited, but we are the experts here.It was his own fault for having been conceited enough to be pleasant to her on the morning of the read-through.Today the better animal wears a bridle and bit, while the worser casts a cold, conceited eye.Cast down that over-mighty, conceited, lying, sleazy failure of a government from its seat.Love is never boastful, or conceited, or rude; never selfish, not quick to take offense.A very conceited young woman, Matthew was thinking.
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