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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishimmodestim‧mod‧est /ɪˈmɒdɪst $ ɪˈmɑː-/ adjective  1 PROUDhaving a very high opinion of yourself and your abilities, and not embarrassed about telling people how clever you are opp modest Webb was an immodest publicist of his own achievements.2 clothes that are immodest show too much of someone’s body syn revealing opp modest3 old-fashionedRUDE/OBSCENE behaviour that is immodest shocks or embarrasses people They thought it was immodest for both sexes to swim together.immodestly adverbimmodesty noun [uncountable]
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immodestI don't mean to sound immodest, but I graduated from high school when I was 15.His incredible determination and immodest personality kept him at the top of his profession.We call this land of ours Great Britain, and there may be those who believe this a somewhat immodest practice.Webb was an immodest publicist of his achievements, and amassed wealth but also large debts.
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