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Arrogant
proud, overbearing, haughty
Braggart
A loud arrogant boaster, one who brags
Complacent
self satisfied. Smug
Contemptuous
lacking respect. (Contempt), Scornful
Disdainful
full of bitter, scorn and pride
Egotistical
self absorbed, very conceited.
Haughty
having a great pride in oneself and dislike for others
Insolent
Proud. boldly disrespectful in speech or behavior. Rude
Narcissistic
extreme self adoration. Feeling superior
Ostentatious
showing off. Pretentious
Pretentious
pretending increased importance. (to pretend)
Presumptuous
too forward or bold. Overstepping proper bounds
Supercilious
looking down on others. Proud and scornful.
Swagger
walk around in proud. (Ego)
Aloof
at a distance
Meek
moderate (not strong), submissive,
Guileless
Innocent, naïve
Guile = deceitful cunning
Forthright
hesitation, at once, frankly.
Candid
fair, blunt, frank. free from bias, prejudice, or malice
Dainty
something delicious to the taste
Reclusive
Solitary. withdrawal from society
Listless
characterized by lack of interest, energy, or spirit
Rotund
– roundness, chubby, plump,
Craven
cowardly, without courage.
Amenable
– responsible, obedient, liable
Zealot
Fanatical, zealous, zeal – passion.
Dogma
a doctrine concerning faith or morals, an established opinion
Resilient
Elastic, capable of withstanding shock without deformation
Stubborn
unreasonably or perversely unyielding. Lasting, obstinate, mulish,
Austere
morally strict, severe,
Belittling
to cause (a person or thing) to seem little or less
Edify
Build, establish, uplift, enlighten, inform
Vague
hazy, obscure
Perspicacious
Shrewd, Witty, Sharp, quick in learning
Discordant
disagreeing, In a quarrel,