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conceit

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1 an elaborate or fanciful way of expressing something

  • the conceit that the crowd at the outdoor rock concert was a vast sea of people waving to the beat of the music
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figure of speech

2 a conception or image created by the imagination and having no objective reality

  • his dream of swimming in the Olympics is nothing more than a conceit
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castle in Spain, castle in the air

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conceit

verb , chiefly dialect

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to form a mental picture of

  • after a huge meal like that, I cannot conceit eating another thing for the rest of the day
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