conceitedness


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In keeping with the overall satire over people's conceitedness and ambitions to a status beyond their station, Adiciones makes Sancho the joke of elaborate and mocking ceremonials, similar to those that don Quijote and Sancho endured in Cervantes's Quijote at the hands of the Duke and Duchess.
A conceitedness, self-satisfaction and smugness which I have elsewhere encountered only in Bulgarians.
3) 78 ___ Ackland, White Mischief actor (4) 80 Great in size (5) 82 Cowboy's rope (5) 84 Whole amount (5) 86 Welly, for example (4) 87 Continuous dull pain (4) 90 Sadness, grief (6) 91 Pan scrubber (7) 92 Using a mobile (7) 93 Be without hope (7) 96 Puzzling question (6) 97 Manage, cope (4,2) 99 Conceitedness (6) 101 Be nosey (3) 102 Witch's flying--stick (5) 103 Ugly smirk (5) 105 'Doing' part of speech (106 Absent (4) 107 ___ Law, Alfie star (4) 108 Coffee grinder (4) We are giving you the opportunity to beat your frustration and complete your crossword.
This bit of evidence, which we can suppose to be true and in a very limited way informative, could aggravate their self-overestimation and conceitedness.
If you look up swagger in the dictionary it means arrogance and conceitedness, but really what I think coaches talk about is confidence and that is what they are looking for with swagger from different guys and Ryan's got it.
Similarly, de Man says that in prosopopoeia, behind the mask of Rousseau's conceitedness, "an element of distance, of disinterestedness is introduced from the start, and the confessional statement is admittedly fictionalized, changed by an imaginative act of writing, which prevents it from coinciding entirely with itself.