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conceited

con·ceit·ed

conceited

pronunciation:
kn si tihd
part of speech: adjective
definition: having an exaggerated opinion of oneself; vain.
He's become somewhat conceited now that he's a star, and he has little time for his old friends.
synonyms:
bigheaded, egotistic, self-important, stuck-up, swell-headed, vain
antonyms:
humble, modest, unassuming
similar words:
arrogant, big, boastful, overweening, pompous, pretentious, proud, vainglorious
derivations: conceitedly (adv.), conceitedness (n.)