cocky

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Synonyms for cocky

overconfident

Antonyms

Words related to cocky

overly self-confident or self-assertive

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Peter asks what the word "sewn" means, and then dances cockily ("there never was a cockier boy") once he is reunited with his shadow (24).
A 42-YEAR-OLD cockier must stand trial at crown court accused of having drugs with intent to supply, magistrates ruled at the weekend.
It slowly becomes apparent to the cockier, but vulnerable, Sassoon (Sam Ellis (also excellent) that Owen is capable of surpassing even his achievements.
Louis still seems to take the brunt of Simon's jokes, despite being much cockier last year, and also the proud winner with Shayne.
He's got a surprising intensity and tenacity, and the vulnerability in his boyish, honest face works in his favor - you really do believe he could get eaten alive, and a cockier actor would have made the scenes less involving.
If the African-American antecedent of the music is the pure, essential form of the commercialized product, it stands to reason that the cock in rock is going to be that much cockier in hip-hop, New Jack Swing, or ragamuffin.
They're all far cockier than when I was a teenager and there were men in our dressing room like Andy Goram, John Spencer, Ged Brannan and Don Goodman.
The tanned talisman has a persona as spiky as his blonde-tinted locks, but for 20-year-old Hartlepool scrapper Young the cockier the better - all the more ammunition to embarrass with.
Louis still seems to be the brunt of most of Simon's jokes, despite being much cockier last year, and also the proud winner with Shayne.