Conceit
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British pronunciation/kənsˈiːt/
American pronunciation/kənˈsit/
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excessive pride in oneself or one's abilities, often manifesting as vanity or arrogance

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the trait of being unduly vain and conceited; false pride

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a witty or ingenious turn of phrase

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an artistic device or effect

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an elaborate image or a far-fetched metaphor, used in poetry

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The king's conceit led to his downfall, as he underestimated the strength of his adversaries.
She couldn't stand his constant boasting and conceit about his accomplishments.
His conceit prevented him from acknowledging his mistakes, even when they were pointed out to him.
Despite his conceit, he was unable to win the respect of his peers due to his lack of humility.
Her conceit blinded her to the needs and struggles of those around her, making her appear selfish and uncaring.
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