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Bigheads


arrogance arrogancy the state of being arrogant.
arrogant overly convinced of one's own worth or importance > ARROGANTLY.
biggety conceited.
biggity conceited > BIGGITIER, BIGGITIEST.
bighead a conceited person.
bigheaded conceited > BIGHEADEDLY.
bigheadedness the state of being BIGHEADED.
bigmouth a loud conceited person.
blowhard a boaster.
boast to talk conceitedly.
boaster one that boasts.
boastful given to boasting > BOASTFULLY.
boastfulness the state of being BOASTFUL.
boastless without boasting or ostentation.
brag to boast.
bragadisme = BRAGGARTISM, boastfulness.
braggadocio swagger, braggartry.
braggart a boaster.
braggartism boastfulness.
braggartly like a BRAGGART, boastful.
bragger one who brags.
braggingly in a bragging fashion.
braggy boastful, tending to brag > BRAGGIER, BRAGGIEST.
bravado boastful threatening; an ostentatious display of bravery > BRAVADOS or BRAVADOES; (verb) to show bravado > BRAVADOES, BRAVADOING, BRAVADOED.
bucko a swaggerer, a domineering bully > BUCKOES or BUCKOS.
bumptious offensively conceited or self-assertive > BUMPTIOUSLY.
bumptiousness the state of being BUMPTIOUS.
cockalorum a boastful and self-important person. [Poss. from Flemish kockeloeren, to crow. Dates back to 1715 when it was used to describe the Marquis of Huntly, son of the Duke of Gordon who was himself known as the "Cock of the North"].
cockiness the state of being cocky.
cocksure perfectly confident > COCKSURELY.
cocksy bumptious, self-assured > COCKSIER, COCKSIEST.
cocky bumptious, self-assured > COCKIER, COCKIEST; COCKILY. (Noun) (Aust. sl.) a small farmer > COCKIES.
conceited having a good opinion of oneself > CONCEITEDLY.
conceitedness the state of being CONCEITED.
conceitless without conceit.
conceity characterized by conceit.
coxcomb a foolishly vain or conceited man.
coxcombic of or like a COXCOMB.
coxcombry the manners of a COXCOMB; foppishness.
coxiness the state of being COXY.
coxy bumptious, self-assured > COXIER, COXIEST.
egotism self-conceit.
egotist a conceited person.
egotistic egotistical like an EGOTIST > EGOTISTICALLY.
fanfaron an empty boaster. [Sp. fanfarrón].
fanfaronade empty boasting, bluster.
figjam (Aust. sl.) a conceited person.
gach to behave boastfully > GACHES, GACHING, GACHED.
gacher a boaster.
gatch to behave boastfully > GATCHES, GATCHING, GATCHED.
gatcher a boaster.
gauch to behave boastfully > GAUCHES, GAUCHING, GAUCHED.
gaucher a boaster > GAUCHERS.
gascon a braggart.
gasconade boasting, bravado; (verb) to boast.
gasconader a great boaster; a blusterer.
gasconism boastfulness.
haughty arrogant > HAUGHTIER, HAUGHTIEST; HAUGHTILY.
jackanapes an impudent child; a conceited fellow > JACKANAPESES. N.B. no JACKANAPE*.
jactation boasting; also, the act of throwing.
killcow a bully, a swaggerer.
loudmouth a person who speaks loudly and is opinionated.
opinionated opinioned full of one's own opinions.
opinionist one fond of his own notions, or unduly attached to his own opinions.
outboast to surpass in boasting.
outbrag to surpass in bragging.
outvaunt to surpass in vaunting >.
paughty haughty > PAUGHTIER, PAUGHTIEST.
popinjay a strutting supercilious conceited person; orig. a parrot.
princock princox an arrogant effeminate fellow; a coxcomb.
rhodomontade rodomontade a bragging speech; vain boasting or bluster; (verb) to boast, rant.
showboater one who behaves in an ostentatious manner to show off.
showoff one given to pretentious display.
skite to boast.
surquedry surquedy arrogance; haughty pride.
swaggerer one who swaggers.
swanker one who swanks.
swankpot a show-off.
swasher one who makes a blustering show of valor or force of arms.
swellhead a conceited person.
swellheaded conceited.
swellheadedness the state of being SWELLHEADED.
thrasonic thrasonical given to or marked by boasting and bragging > THRASONICALLY. [L. Thraso, a braggart soldier in the comedy Eunuchus by Terence].
unboastful not boastful.
uppity conceited, haughty.
vain conceited > VAINER, VAINEST; VAINLY.
vainglory idle boastfulness; (verb) to boast vainly > VAINGLORIES, VAINGLORYING, VAINGLORIED.
vanitied having VANITY.
vanity inflated pride in oneself.
vaunt to boast, act boastfully.
vaunter one who boasts, vaunts.
vauntery vaunting, boasting.
vauntful given to vaunting or boasting.
vauntie vaunty boastful, vain > VAUNTIER, VAUNTIEST.
vauntingly in a boastful manner.
vaunty see VAUNTIE.
vawntie boastful, vain > VAWNTIER, VAWNTIEST.