egotism, self-consciousness, self-confidence, vainness, emptiness, dresser, self-love, take to, bee, ego trip, caprice, whimsy, self-conceit, ego, narcism, self-esteem, megrim, vainglory, impulse, self-assertion, freak, conceitedness, boutade, humor, vagary, like, whim, dressing table, fancy, notion, toilet table, Amour Propre
pride (part of speech: noun)
vanity (part of speech: noun)
- Both men stammered and protested, out of conceit, and were as foolish as men are when pushed to play at mutual concealment. - "The Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith", George Meredith.
- It may be conceit to believe this, and it may be self- preservation. - "The Lost Art of Reading", Gerald Stanley Lee.
- Lady; I shall not faile t' approue the faire conceit The King hath of you. - "Henry-VIII", Shakespeare, William.