Father Hennepin was a self-conceited and self-convicted liar.
It is not suited to these times; it is much too arrogant, too self-conceited, too egotistical.
Self-opinionated, self-conceited, dogmatic, and contemptuous—they wore all the attributes of bigotry.
"What a vain, self-conceited boy you are, Maurice," she said.
Search not after great Riches, but for one of your own degree; for the Rich are insulting, self-conceited, and proud.
It was just the sort of population to be narrow and ignorant and self-conceited.
One thing I saw on my way back to the town, which London—so apt to be self-conceited—might adopt with signal advantage.
Many of the royal governors were self-conceited, arrogant, and tyrannical.
The question with which Philotas puzzled the self-conceited physician was this.
No doubt this self-conceit is very natural, but self-conceited people are not usually taken at their own estimate.