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conceited

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adjective con·ceit·ed \-ˈsē-təd\

Simple Definition of conceited

  • : having or showing too much pride in your own worth or goodness

Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Full Definition of conceited

  1. 1 :  ingeniously contrived :  fanciful

  2. 2 :  having or showing an excessively high opinion of oneself

conceitedly

adverb

conceitedness

noun

Examples of conceited in a sentence

  1. <a conceited basketball player who was always too busy even to sign autographs>



Origin and Etymology of conceited

1conceit


First Known Use: 1526

Rhymes with conceited


CONCEITED Defined for Kids

conceited

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adjective con·ceit·ed \kən-ˈsē-təd\

Definition of conceited for Students

  1. :  vain 2





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