"Eighty-eight—ninety-eight," said old Major Jennings (but not conceitedly).
And if you can do it with him—why, I conceitedly thought it quite a distinction.
I describe myself thus directly, but not conceitedly, because I want to be known as you see me, for just what I am.
I gave the address of my own flat and awaited developments with high hope; for I conceitedly expected an "ad."
He differentiated, not conceitedly, between Clem Sypher and himself.
"I know better than to kiss and tell," answered young Salter conceitedly.
"And the real thing is only for the elect, like us," said Angela, conceitedly.
"I'll betcher I'll be the cutest kid in that church," boasted Jimmy conceitedly.
He lifted his nimble cudgel in the air and waved it conceitedly to and fro in time to the song that rose beyond the window.
“Strange how nervous everybody is in my presence,” murmured the Dodo, conceitedly.