Origin of hubris
OTHER WORDS FROM hubrishu·bris·tic, adjectivenon·hu·bris·tic, adjectiveun·hu·bris·tic, adjective
How to use hubris in a sentence
The hubris and contempt for truth flaunted in their pre-election haste to install an ideological foe of LGBTQ rights on the court have now become a trigger.
It’s a video game so beloved that remaking it is a work of hubris, bound only to disappoint diehard fans in an effort to draw in new players.The Final Fantasy VII Remake Shouldn't Exist — But I'm So Glad it Does|Matthew Gault|April 9, 2020|Time
In wisely sidestepping the hubristic folly of trying to sum up his own time, he achieved a sort of timelessness.Peter Matthiessen Was One of the Greatest Writers of a Great Generation|Malcolm Jones|April 7, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Hubristic wielders of rationality are dubbed “fragilistas” (Alan Greenspan, at one point, is labeled an “uberfragilista”).A Manifesto for Disorder: Nassim Nicholas Taleb’s ‘Antifragile’ Reviewed|Robert Herritt|November 26, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The italicized phrase isn't exactly a hallmark of the sort of hubristic soothsayer Abrams seems to describe.
Gracious in victory, he was elegantly non-hubristic in his evaluation of the Republican gains in this election.