superconfident

superconfident

(ˌsuːpəˈkɒnfɪdənt)
adj
very or extremely confident, overly confident
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Even Modi's usually superconfident allies admitted to being concerned.
We've had plenty of superconfident Blues backing City at 80/1 to win 6-1 in the game that will be played 137 years almost to the day since the first derby between Newton Heath and St The game almost 137 day of the between Heath St Mark's from West Gorton.
The result is a superconfident, possibly arrogant, group of young men with a warped view of reality and a massively overblown sense of their own importance.
It is hard to be superconfident about his chances, however, as it looks one of the most competitive renewals I can remember.
"It could have gone horribly wrong, and although I was superconfident in my own ability, I was still taking a massive risk."
The moral of the story is not to agree to terms of actual physical torture even if you are superconfident you're going to win the bet, but that's another story.
"They're getting a superconfident man who has got a lot of confidence in his own abilities," he said.
"People think I'm inherently superconfident and positive and that I don't fear failure.
"They are superconfident in their deception skills in hacking."
Midland heroine Ellie is superconfident in the pool, winning her first Paralympic medal for swimming at the age of only 13.
"If we can be challenging come the medal race for gold then I feel superconfident we can deliver a good final day.