Full of overweening contempt of Wellington, he began the fight heedlessly and wastefully.
And have you, young lady, any of that overweening prejudice in favour of your own island?
What say you, sir, to the charge of "overweening self-conceit and indolence?"
Of overweening egotism Pattison himself at any rate had none.
He was arrogant, untruthful, and had an overweening confidence in his own ability.
“Anything,” replied Considine, with the overweening confidence of youth.
It may have been Milburgh's overweening faith in his own genius.
Have we some overweening tyrant, who insults us with his wealth?
He was a handsome dark-eyed boy, with no special individuality, except an overweening sense of fun.
If you love her do not flatter her; her overweening vanity is her ruin.