Definition of Conceitedness

1. Noun. The trait of being unduly vain and conceited; false pride.

Exact synonyms: Conceit, Vanity
Generic synonyms: Trait
Specialized synonyms: Narcism, Narcissism, Self-love, Boastfulness, Vainglory, Egotism, Self-importance, Swelled Head, Posturing
Antonyms: Humility
Derivative terms: Vain



Definition of Conceitedness

1. n. The state of being conceited; conceit; vanity.

Definition of Conceitedness

1. Noun. The state of being conceited; conceit; vanity. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Conceitedness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Conceitedness

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conceitedness (current term)
conceitednesses
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Literary usage of Conceitedness

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1. A Dictionary of English Synonymes and Synonymous Or Parallel Expressions by Richard Soule, George Holmes Howison (1891)
"Preferable. ยป f. a Choose, pick, cull, prefer, pick out, single out, pitch upon, ftx upon. Self-sufficiency, я. Conceit, conceitedness, pride, haughtiness, ..."

2. The Belle Islers: A Novel by Wallace Goldsmith, Richard Brinsley pseud Newman (1908)
"... CHAPTER XXII THE conceitedness OF BELLE ISLE IN this chapter I shall put in all the things that don't seem to fit in anywhere else, just as you have a ..."

3. Publications by Oriental Translation Fund, Edward Byles Cowell, Frederick William Thomas (1843)
"... subject to the dictates of passion and of lust; and in this state all creatures are in the troubles of imagination, and pride, and conceitedness. ..."

4. The Works of Thomas Goodwin, D.D. by Thomas Goodwin (1864)
"... that worketh in you both the will and deed ;' and therefore fear and trembling is opposed to conceitedness, and high-mindedness, and confidence in a ..."

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