big-head


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big-head

noun (Informal) boaster, know-all (informal), swaggerer, self-seeker, egomaniac, egotist, braggart, braggadocio, narcissist, swell-head (informal), blowhard (informal), self-admirer You really are a big-head.
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30pm Middlesbrough visit the People's Republic of the West Midlands, where the Baggies toil joyfully under the eye of Chairman Pulis Man City v W Ham, SS1, 4pm Pep Guardiola be warned: West Ham shocked City at the Etihad last season and can be big-head hunters with bite A Bilbao v Barca, SS1, 7.
People can turn around and tell you, you are the biggest big-head ever, but I actually don't think I've done that.
When the interview began he continued to chat without changing the expression on his face, thereby proving that he is (a) not a big-head, and (b) not a fake who has one personality for when the cameras aren't pointing at him and quite another for when they are.
A variety of species of fish are taken, including a big-head carp that tips the scales at over 40 pounds and a long-nose gar that just misses the Nebraska state record
BIG-HEAD Kanye West says his ideal lover is Superwoman.
I CAN'T stand wind-up merchants, mainly because I'm so rubbish at doing it myself, and house big-head Federico is really sailing far too close to the wind with his tales and boasts at the moment.
BIG-HEAD Antonio Cassano has eaten so much humble pie in the wake of his attack on Real Madrid boss Fabio Capello that he must have an erchie the size of Ronaldo's now.
The Labour leader said: "There is nothing worse than a big-head fireman from Wavertree who makes false claims and makes the city look stupid.