Definition of "self-conceited" [self•-con•ceit•ed]
Having an overweening opinion of one's own powers, attainments; vain; conceited.(adjective)
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Use "self-conceited" in a sentence
"Is Sheree really that self-conceited or is this just how she acts for the cameras?"
"Mentarch, did you ever ponder how bloody self-conceited you are."
"The treasures of this noble empire, so far as they affected their wishes, would merely inspire them with the desire to go to war with a nation possessed of so much wealth, and who, in their self-conceited estimation, were less able to defend, than they themselves are powerful to assail."