He's just full of conceit - always talking about how smart and handsome he is.I just don't buy the conceit that she might have been robbing banks for a worthy cause.
I went through my conceits while I was alone.
Conceit make a man greedy.
Conceit is having too high an opinion of yourself, being smug or vain. Example : "Certain she was the best dressed of the attendees, she regarded the others with an air of conceit."
I dont know what conceit means?
Here was an opportunity of taking the conceit out of him.
You are very narcissistic. I can see the conceit in your voice!
The word conceit is a noun. Some synonyms for conceit are vanity, self-admiration, and egotism. George had the right qualifications, but his conceit lost him the promotion.
Conceit is having excessive pride in oneself. Daphne was full of conceit when she won the local beauty pageant.
what are examples of conceit as figure of speech
Her conceit was obvious to everyone in the room.
Conceit is when someone thinks very highly of himself or herself. For example, if someone goes around talking about how intelligent he is, that is conceit. It's also conceit when someone thinks that nobody else is as good as she is at something.
Conceit is the downfall of many criminals because they think they're smarter than the cops.
i was conceited yesterday
conceited schools,conceited love
A conceit is an exaggerated simile or metaphor comparing two totally unlike things. Example: A lover's love is compared to a compass for drawing circles.
you just write a sentence even if it doesn't make sense
To use it correctly, FIRST you spell it correctly: that is "i before e EXCEPT after c" CONCEIT. He/She is full of conceit. But most often used as He/She is conceited.
Even her refusal to dance with him did not seem to make a breach in his gigantic conceit.
A conceit is a metaphor that is expanded upon throughout the work. A metaphysical conceit is a type of conceit in which the things compared in the metaphor are seemingly very different.
Conceit is a noun. The adjective form is 'conceited'.
The Fatal Conceit has 194 pages.
Conceit - novel - was created in 2007.
The ISBN of The Fatal Conceit is 0-226-32066-9.