be full of (oneself)

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be full of (oneself)

To be conceited. Andrew seems to honestly think that he's the greatest scholar of our time—he's so full of himself!
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Oh pride of thy race, honour and glory of all La Mancha, nay, of all the world, that for want of thee will be full of evil-doers, no longer in fear of punishment for their misdeeds
Across the threshold of this door lay a skin bag, formed of a goat- skin, that appeared to be full of pebbles.
And a very good way to not define yourself is to be full of contradictions.