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Synonyms for self-confident

Synonyms for self-confident

having a firm belief in one's own powers

Synonyms for self-confident

showing poise and confidence in your own worth


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There's a strong case that they should ensure that public services are up to scratch, the economy thrives and law and order is maintained, while we can worry about being happy or self-confident.
They are clear and self-confident in their beliefs; they know their own minds (one gets the impression they would sacrifice everything before betraying their creeds); they are obsessed with character; and all three approach their various crusades with relish.
Bulelwa is a self-confident young woman with a good career; Bulelani is completing a tertiary education.
Bold, self-confident, highly intelligent and demanding.
The protagonists are three best friends; Trey, the playa; Vince, who's a hopeless romantic; and Erika who is self-confident.
He may be dropdead gorgeous, self-confident and independent.
With a wide-ranging and self-confident book like After the Empire, it is a bit of a challenge to figure out where a critique should begin.
But when the program came to a close, I left motivated, self-confident, and charged with a desire to get involved within my high school and local community.
Witeck notes that clamping down on dissenting relatives is a White House tradition stretching back at least to the Jimmy Carter era: "It would take a particularly self-confident administration to not mind if a family member spoke out in opposition on any issue, and this administration has elevated the art of discipline to a whole new level.
It sets out to teach the reader how to become more self-confident and driven by personal values -- creating a life plan like most of us create a business plan.
For Puttenham, writing in a more self-confident artistic climate and under the aegis of a female poet-monarch, the same metaphor of female exteriority signals the independence of a new literary tradition tied to an emerging national identity.
America needs to relearn a lost discipline, self-confident relentlessness - and to relearn why human nature has equipped us with a weapon (abhorred in decent peacetime societies) called hatred.
No wonder Joan Mitchell fled to France at the end of the '50s, where, no longer subject to the constraints of the New York School milieu, she could develop her own self-confident, striding touch.
6 However, self-confident con artists usually agree to meet without consulting attorneys.
On one level an absurd statue of a giant mouse, Monument to Man also wryly honors humanity's growing biological ingenuity and would be the perfect complement to the lobby of some brash, self-confident biotech laboratory that wants a work of art to symbolize its creative activities.