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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"It's just a pity that along the way there was some sort of big-headedness which came up."
By that stage Rooney had been performing for 85 years, yet there was no sign of any showbiz big-headedness as he took time out to chat with me about his first-ever pantomime role.
After such a great result against Manchester United, we must now guard against complacency and big-headedness and go to the Liberty Stadium with just as much fire in our bellies and fighting spirit.
Both teams made mistakes - and, to be fair, had some rather intuitive moments - but, as always, it was the backstabbing, bitchiness and downright big-headedness of the candidates that rang through.
And Fannan thinks Ward's big-headedness will do him good in the long run.
Hmmm, maybe it's this big-headedness that leads Ashley and co to think they can get away with anything.
But the fame has never gone to his head, she says, adding his friends at school would never tolerate any big-headedness.
Many dinners were spent lamenting on his various acts of big-headedness. He seemed to be paranoid that people were out to get him or were biting his style.
'One thing Birmingham will have to guard against with this kid is big-headedness,' Hurley said.