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Definition of "self-confident" [self•-con•fi•dent]

  • Confident in one's abilities. (adjective)

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Use "self-confident" in a sentence
  • "Even now I find their silence a little surprising, since most of them were sophisticated and self-confident, not likely to be intimidated by the “stigma” attached to anything to do with madness."
  • "In the case of my own parents, Claud and Patricia Cockburn, there were no traces of any mental disorder; both were highly self-confident and tough-minded."
  • "My point is that they are self-confident, and not worried about drawing attention to themselves as they used to be."