Conceited

Con*ceit"ed

, a. 1. Endowed with fancy or imagination. [Obs.]
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He was . . . pleasantly conceited, and sharp of wit.
Knolles.
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2. Entertaining a flattering opinion of one's self; vain.
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If you think me too conceited
Or to passion quickly heated.
Swift.
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Conceited of their own wit, science, and politeness.
Bentley.
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3. Curiously contrived or designed; fanciful. [Obs.]
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A conceited chair to sleep in.
Evelyn.

Syn. -- Vain; proud; opinionated; egotistical.
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