cocky


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Synonyms for cocky

overconfident

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Words related to cocky

overly self-confident or self-assertive

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Dyer was quickly ruled out of the investigation but accepts he must also seek to overturn his image of being cocky.
Armstrong's cocky, often tongue-in-cheek writing style mirrors his success as one of the world's best Grand Prix cyclists.
Jimmy Sandison last night admitted Airdrie would have had the play-off slot sewn up if they hadn't been so COCKY.
KEVIN McMANAMON last night insisted that Dublin would not become cocky on the back of their All-Ireland breakthrough.
We beat them before, but there's a fine line between being cocky and being confident, and we need to walk that this week,'' McNeese said.
And yesterday fed-up Dennis went to the club's ground, Tynecastle, to appeal for feathered friend Cocky.
We'd done Hamburg and England and a few places in Europe and we were cocky, we kind of knew we were a good little band.
CONRAD Gallagher has slammed Head Chef contestant Philip Roe for being too cocky.
I don't want to sound cocky, but I know what I've been doing with her, and there's more in the tank.
WHEN an egg-laying hen started crowing at dawn, her owners wondered why she was acting so cocky.
We need to come out and not be too cocky, but go out and play as a team.
ALGERIA defender Nadir Belhadj last night promised to 'shut up' cocky England.
From JOHN CROSS in Cape Town ALGERIA defender Nadir Belhadj last night promised to 'shut up' cocky England.