- having an opinion.
- fanciful; whimsical.
OTHER WORDS FROM conceitedcon·ceit·ed·ly, adverbcon·ceit·ed·ness, nounun·con·ceit·ed, adjectiveun·con·ceit·ed·ly, adverb
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How to use conceited in a sentence
Others may lie about their accomplishments because they’re conceited or overly impressed with themselves.Lying won’t stretch your nose, but it will steal some brainpower|Avery Elizabeth Hurt|April 21, 2022|Science News For Students
He includes the need for self-deprecation so the applicant will not seem too conceited.Do ultra-selective colleges change lives? I say usually not, but this much richer author says yes.|Jay Mathews|February 27, 2022|Washington Post
He called her “a silly chattering windbag, an infernal liar, a conceited, gushing, rump-wagging, blethering ass.”
These were elite soldiers: educated, elegant and in some cases, admittedly conceited.
A half of that half grew impossibly conceited, and died early.Kipling Stories and Poems Every Child Should Know, Book II|Rudyard Kipling
Your careless and conceited behaviour reassures me, and convinces me of my error.The 'Characters' of Jean de La Bruyre|Jean de La Bruyre
I found her exactly the same talkative, positive, passionate, conceited creature as we knew her twenty years ago.
Some showed themselves as conceited pipes; some were light and sparkish, others ponderous and clumsy.A Cursory History of Swearing|Julian Sharman
No one likes to see himself held up to scorn and mockery; nobody is willing to be shown up as ignorant and conceited.Beacon Lights of History, Volume I|John Lord