She was sure of herself
, and in a few days he would be off to sea.
She had, too, the lazy confident air of a woman sure of herself
and her friends.
Ye--es," Miss Dearborn answered hesitatingly, never very sure of herself
under Rebecca's fire; "but though we often speak of a baby, a chicken, or a kitten as `it,' they are really masculine or feminine gender, not neuter.
You have referred to the letters written by my pupil," she resumed, addressing Noel Vanstone as soon as she felt sure of herself
Darling Pru is getting a little less sure of herself
all the time; only a little, perhaps, but I ought to be constantly on the lookout.
Vanessa, who is very sure of herself
, is being dubbed as a "she-ro," as in a female hero.
Mariah is so sure of herself
that she doesn't flinch even when a perceived rival is a similarly major star-like, she still insists that there was a time she didn't know who J Lo was.
Walsh wrote: "She's probably still thinking she's getting out soon, she's very sure of herself
I told her to act a little less sure of herself
Chancellor Angela Merkel seems sure of herself
despite German anger over what is seen as a charity bailout of worthless spendthrifts.
She patted her mother's shoulder tentatively, not quite sure of herself
but desperate to be of use.
In a relation of seduction, men are very attracted by a woman in heels as she looks taller, more sexually confident, sure of herself
, with a lengthened silhouette and sensual jutting buttocks.
Victoria Pratt as an attorney so sure of herself
she ignores all advice and common sense to defend her fiance on a high-profile murder charge.
And will musician Elinor (Amber Anderson) ever become sure of herself
, even if she secures a place at Cambridge?
One less sure of herself
might have been flattered by the attention given to her work by Surrealism's pope, but not Oppenheim.