full of yourself

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.
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full of yourself

very self-satisfied and with an exaggerated sense of self-worth; bumptious.
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ˈfull of yourself

(disapproving) feeling successful and very proud of yourself because of it: He came to see us last week, very full of himself because he had just been promoted.
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'Never leave or abandon God; be full of humility and never be full of yourself. Pride changes angels into devil,' he said.
You're a Greenlander when you're full of yourself. You're a Greenlander when you're stupid.
"When people say you're full of yourself, you say 'Yeah baby I'm so full my cup's running over!'" Winfrey, herself an abuse survivor, was joined by Mandela's widow, Graca Machel, and Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, the executive director of UN Women, at the Mandela Foundation event in Soweto, which is also marking the international campaign -- 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-based Violence.
Another netizen going by the name Natalie Cole Sprouse (@natsohipster) also called out the influencer saying, 'You're so full of yourself this Filipino maid that you call slaves are better than you.'
That being said, don't get too full of yourself because you still have a lot to learn and there is no substitute for actual experience.
'Can you stop being so full of yourself? It makes me sick.
For turn into "And when you get famous people reading them you're full of yourself. Famous people were meant to make children feel special.
"So if you're looking to make your next career move this summer, make sure you've done all the right preparation, know how to get to the interview (and on time), have got a smart outfit prepared and are able to confidently talk about yourself and your experience - without sounding to full of yourself!" It's not just during the interview where you could mess things up.
It is too easy to become full of yourself, stand on the mountain, point fingers, and think you are effective and powerful.
The president declared that "the starting point of faith is some doubt -- not being so full of yourself and so confident that you are right and that God speaks only to us, and doesn't speak to others.''
I believe that the starting point of faith is some doubt--not being so full of yourself and so confident that you are right and that God speaks only to us, and doesn't speak to others, that God only cares about us and doesn't care about others, that somehow we alone are in possession of the truth.
What's self-indulgence -- either you are full of yourself or you are faking it.
First of all, if you're signing this question with "the great" in name, you're full of yourself! Get over it, take a risk; that's what life is all about.
"So you think about it, and don't be so full of yourself. I've got to be off now; I'm needed at the Moral Vigilance Society.