Definition of Self-conceitedly
1. Adverb. With conceit; in a conceited manner. "He always acts so conceitedly!"
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Literary usage of Self-conceitedly
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Practical Christian Socialism: A Conversational Exposition of the True by Adin Ballou (1854)
"Order forbids that the young should treat their parents, elders and superiors irreverently, self- conceitedly, impudently or unkindly. ..."
2. Southern Literary Messenger by Carnegie-Mellon University, School of Computer Science (1843)
"... very self-conceitedly, with obscurity, and how often he had introduced Characters, who did not speak for the greater part of the piece, while his rule ..."
3. The Complete Works of Count Tolstoy by Leo Tolstoy (1905)
"I know many of these men will self-conceitedly prove that they consider their positions not only legitimate, but even indispensable; they will say in their ..."
4. Pahlavi Texts by Edward William West (1885)
"A demi-man is he who performs the affairs of the worldly and spiritual existences according to his own opinion, self-conceitedly and obstinately; ..."
5. The Radical by Sidney H.. Morse, Joseph B.. Marvin (1868)
"If he assumes self-conceitedly that " our" system must be true, starting from such a sandy foundation, his researches will only end in deception. ..."