Holding or characterized by an unduly high opinion of oneself; vain.(adjective)
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Use "conceited" in a sentence
""I am not what you call conceited enough for that, but I would like to believe that I might have a kind word or two on my own account.""
""It is foolish of them," said Johannes, "unless it is when a boy is what you call conceited and self-satisfied, and thinks that he is a man too soon.""
"The word "conceited" has been used to describe him."