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swellhead

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noun swell·head \-ˌhed\

Definition of swellhead

  1. :  one who has a swelled head :  a conceited person

swellheaded

play \-ˌhe-dəd\ adjective

swellheadedness

noun


1845

First Known Use of swellhead

1845

Rhymes with swellhead

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