full of oneself

full of (oneself)

Having an inflated view of one's importance, to the annoyance of others. Oh, he is so full of himself! Despite what he's told you, he is not the most valuable member of our team, believe me.
See also: full, of

*full of oneself

Fig. conceited; self-important. (*Typically: act ~; be ~.) Mary is very unpopular because she's so full of herself. She doesn't care about other people's feelings. She's too full of herself.
See also: full, of

full of oneself

Conceited, self-centered, as in Ever since she won the prize Mary's been so full of herself that no one wants to talk to her . This expression uses full of in the sense of "engrossed with" or "absorbed with," a usage dating from about 1600.
See also: full, of
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I think all those questions are very hard to answer without (1) seeming rather full of oneself and (2) really limiting your negotiating power if such a thing were true (laughs).
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The study of Torah was central, but one had to be careful that one should not become full of oneself, arrogant or self-satisfied, from the knowledge acquired or the respect accorded scholars.