How to use Conceited in a sentence

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  • Allen swaggered over to the pool, a conceited smile on his handsome face.

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  • I thought the famous pop singer might be conceited, but she seems very humble about her talent.

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  • Despite her beauty, intelligence and wit, Emma was not at all conceited.

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  • The conceited leader demanded a parade be held in his own honor.

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  • I remembered the story of a conceited fellow, who, in fine clothes, was wont to lounge about the village once, giving advice to workmen.

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  • After Sonya placed first in a competition, she became so conceited she was unbearable for her friends to be around.

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  • And I'm not trying to sound conceited but I'm kind of cute.

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  • He is the least conceited person that I have ever seen, real or fantasy.

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  • In matters of education you may be somewhat conceited.

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  • Leo has a wealth of redeeming qualities even though some might say he's a bit conceited or arrogant.

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  • I won't let him get conceited, don't worry " .

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  • Why are you so conceited that you think your life is worth anything at all to an infinite God?

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  • I'm not conceited enough to believe I'm the best person for someone else to have in their lives.

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  • But David is becoming far too full of himself - too conceited.

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  • None of these was more quarrelsome than Napper Tandy, who was exceedingly conceited, and habitually drunken; his vanity was wounded to find himself of less account than Tone in the councils of the conspirators.

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  • I have also heard people say that Qui-Gon was conceited and arrogant.

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  • Hegel, like Goethe, felt no patriotic shudder at the national disaster, and in Prussia he saw only a corrupt and conceited bureaucracy.

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  • It seems to me that the more aesthetically gifted someone is the more conceited they are.

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  • Isn't it a little conceited of an actress to produce a play about her inability to produce a play?

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  • Therefore, to keep me from becoming conceited, I am forced to deal with a recurring problem.

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  • From all accounts he was a man of very disagreeable character, conceited and quarrelsome.

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  • Some counsellors of the court spoke of him as " impracticable and conceited, with a thousand peculiarities."

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  • Acting and sounding tough online can actually come out as sounding conceited and narcissistic.

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  • Are you conceited? is an example, along with questions about shyness, generosity, and other general qualities.

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