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full of one's own importance

Definition of full of one's own importance in English:

Having a very high opinion of oneself; self-important: the butler was a gentleman full of his own importance
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  • He accused local Councillors of not having a clue and being full of their own importance.
  • Some were engaging, others pompous, and yet others far too full of their own importance.
  • They don't need some literary twit full of his own importance to tell them ‘You're too common to describe the world for yourself; better let me do it for you.’
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