- having an opinion.
- fanciful; whimsical.
Examples from the Web for conceitedly
And if you can do it with him—why, I conceitedly thought it quite a distinction.How To Write Special Feature Articles|Willard Grosvenor Bleyer
I describe myself thus directly, but not conceitedly, because I want to be known as you see me, for just what I am.The Cassowary|Stanley Waterloo
"I'll betcher I'll be the cutest kid in that church," boasted Jimmy conceitedly.Miss Minerva and William Green Hill|Frances Boyd Calhoun
I gave the address of my own flat and awaited developments with high hope; for I conceitedly expected an "ad."The Brightener|C. N. Williamson
“Strange how nervous everybody is in my presence,” murmured the Dodo, conceitedly.Dick, Marjorie and Fidge|G. E. Farrow
British Dictionary definitions for conceitedly
Word Origin and History for conceitedly
c.1600, "having an overweening opinion of oneself" (short for self-conceited, 1590s); earlier "having intelligence" (1540s); past participle adjective from conceit (q.v.).