self-opinioned love


from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Having a high opinion of one's self; opinionated; conceited.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Same as self-opinionated.


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  • People who think they're enlightened usually, in actuallity, are very self-opinioned, and small minded.

    Message Bases

  • A person who remains all his life in his own town is generally narrow-minded, self-opinioned, and selfish.

    America, through the spectacles of an Oriental diplomat

  • With all his strong and sterling qualities he was regarded by the world in general, as, perhaps, a little hard and self-opinioned.

    Allison Bain, or, By a Way she knew not

  • Bradstreet was a New England officer who had been a captain in the last war, somewhat dogged and self-opinioned, but brave, energetic, and well fitted for this kind of service.

    Montcalm and Wolfe

  • And there is nothing more loathsome and offensive to discreet ears, than the loose, indigested, incoherent babble of some bold, self-opinioned persons, who in their talk are senseless and endless.

    Sermons Preached Upon Several Occasions. Vol. VII.

  • The seven Bonzas, represented by the seven kites, were already in the hall, with a confirmed impudence, and so much the more haughty, as they had the less reason so to be; according to the usual character of vain and self-opinioned men.

    The Works of John Dryden

  • James; “for we ourselves, and those of our Court and household, as thou thyself, for example, are allowed by the English, for as self-opinioned as they are, to pass for reasonable good wits; but the brains of those we have left behind are all astir, and run clean hirdie-girdie, like sae mony warlocks and witches on the Devil’s

    The Fortunes of Nigel

  • "I do not doubt that Mr. Western is what he should be," the letter went on, "but even judging him by your letter, I find that he is autocratic and self-opinioned.

    Kept in the Dark

  • Such persons may (latter themselves as they please; but the gospel must alter its voice, and say, Blessed are the proud in spirit, the censorious, the insolent, and self-opinioned, before they can either have any solid ground of comfort, or real title to a blessing.

    Sermons Preached Upon Several Occasions. Vol. VI.


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