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adjective. ['kənˈsiːtəd'] characteristic of false pride; having an exaggerated sense of self-importance.
- -ed (English)
- -od (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
- conceit (English)
Rhymes with Conceited
How do you pronounce conceited?
Pronounce conceited as kənˈsitəd.
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How to spell conceited? Is it concieted? Or consited? Common misspellings are:
Sentences with conceited
1. Verb, past participle
You may get a completely surprising answer, like she hates you because she thinks you’re conceited.
2. Verb, past tense
Love means we are patient, kind, not jealous, conceited or arrogant.
One butterfly means a conceited, fickle woman, but two symbolize a happy marriage.
Quotes about conceited
1. Love is always patient and kind. It is never jealous. Love is never boastful or conceited. It is never rude or selfish. It does not take offense and is not resentful. Love takes no pleasure in other people’s sins, but delights in the truth. It is always ready to excuse, to trust, to hope, and to endure whatever comes.
- Anonymous, Holy Bible: New International Version
2. The meek may inherit the earth, but at the moment it belongs to the conceited. Like me.
- Cassandra Clare, City of Bones
3. Motherhood has most definitely changed me and my life. It's so crazy how drastic even the small details change - in such an amazing way. Even silly things, like the fact that all of my pictures on my cell phone used to be of me at photo shoots - conceited, I know! - but now every single picture on my phone is of Mason.
- Kourtney Kardashian
adjective. characteristic of false pride; having an exaggerated sense of self-importance.