Definition of conceitedness in US English:

conceitedness

noun

  • See conceited

    • ‘Other more deep-seated delusions such as craving, hatred and conceitedness can only be overcome by making ‘that which we have seen a living experience and molding our life accordingly.’’
    • ‘But this and his conceitedness were two of the things that had made him seem cute when I was a sophomore.’
    • ‘Anger flared up inside me and I seethed at the conceitedness of the stupid Goth.’
    • ‘Traits with the opposite implications are assessed as the most undesirable (e.g., conceitedness, selfishness, insecurity, aggressiveness, shyness).’
    • ‘‘His conceitedness actually does have some foundation,’ Vasquez noted.’

Pronunciation

conceitedness

/kənˈsēdədnəs//kənˈsidədnəs/