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She was quite conceity, and carried a heap o 'style;
But these new beginners were more filled with heart exercises than head notions, and with fervent prayer rather than conceity notions to fill the head.
She was fond o 'caa'in' the crack, an 'I was wullin' that she should miscaa 'me as muckle as she likit -- for I'm no' yin o 'your crouse, conceity young chaps to be fleyed awa' wi 'a gibe frae a lassie. "
I tell you, Aunt 'Becca, he's a Whig, and no mistake; nobody but a Whig could make such a conceity dunce of himself. "