A feeling of trust in one’s abilities, qualities, and judgement: I feel terribly tired and completely lacking in self-confidence
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- His charm, poise and self-confidence are, right from the start, extremely sinister.
- The sad outcome of this nonsense is that the boy's morale and self-confidence will be damaged.
- The whole composition exudes a bold, reckless and extravagant self-confidence.
morale, confidence, self-assurance, belief in oneself, positiveness, assertiveness, assurance, self-reliance, self-possession, composure, nerve, poise, presence, aplomb
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