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Egotistical
(adj) given to talking about oneself; vain
Egotistic
Haughty
(adj)overly convinced of one's importance; arrogant
He's very haughty- Mr. Darcy in Pride and Prejudice
Insolence
(n) contemptuously rude or impertinent behavior or speech
You insolent little fool
Narcissist
(n) a person who has an inordinate fascination with oneself
"Am I acting like a narcissist?"
Pompous
(adj) Showing an exaggerated air of importance
The song Pomp and Circumstance
Presumptuous
(adj) overconfident; arrogant
When we presume something to be true without asking first to verify the facts
Pretentious
(adj) giving the appearance of great importance in an obvious way
Pretend to be an important person
Smugness
(n) contentedly confident of one's ability, superiority
When a person is snugged up in a chair with a mug
Supercilious
(adj) arrogant; self-important
Super
Swagger
(v) to strut; stride insolently
When Sharpay walks
Accord
(v) agree; conform
A chord
Advocate
(n) one who supports a cause
advocate of animal rights
Champion
(v) to defend or fight for
A true champion fights for his/her right
Concur
(v) to coincide; to cooperate
Concurrent circles
Condone
(v) to allow to happen; to purposely overlook
Sanction
(n) authoritative permission or approval, as for an action
Assiduous
(adj) diligent; hardworking
Studying your behind (a--) off
Diligent
(adj) preserving; hardworking
Compliant
(adj) willingness to adhere
a client (customer)
Fawning
(v) "suck up" to someone or somthing
When someone "fawns" over you
Obsequious
(adj) fawning; subservient
Servant obeying
Servile
(adj) slavishly submissive
servant
Subordinate
(adj) lower in position or importance; inferior
sub (under)
Subservient
(adj) submissive
servant
sycophant
(n) one who flatters another excessively
If S. were to see Monk and Psych in real life, she would faint (flattery)