conceit - Meaning in Hindi

Meaning of conceit in Hindi

  • दंभ
  • गुमान
  • कष्टकल्पना
  • मान
  • अकड़
  • मिथ्याभिमान
  • ऊहा
  • दूरारूढ़ कल्पना
  • तरंग
  • मिथ्यागर्व
  • तलवे चाटना

conceit Definition


  • excessive pride in oneself.
  • a fanciful expression in writing or speech; an elaborate metaphor.

conceit Example

  • the director's brilliant conceit was to film this tale in black and white ( निर्देशक का शानदार दंभ इस कहानी को काले और सफेद में फिल्माना था )
  • And now, when one wants to smooth the thing over, some conceit prevents your apologizing, and you wish to make the whole affair public. ( और अब, जब कोई चीज़ को खत्म करना चाहता है, तो कुछ दंभ आपके माफी माँगने को रोकता है, और आप पूरे मामले को सार्वजनिक करना चाहते हैं। )
  • Camille's conceit about her beauty is quite annoying. ( अपनी सुंदरता के बारे में केमिली का दंभ काफी कष्टप्रद है। )
  • Celebrities are usually stereotyped to be people full of conceit. ( हस्तियां आमतौर पर दंभ से भरे लोगों के लिए रूढ़ होती हैं। )

More Sentence

  • There was so much conceit in his voice I couldn’t help but wonder if he swooned over his own image in the mirror every morning.  
  • The author's writing style is full of conceit and arrogance, I am disliking this book more by the minute.
  • Ms. Rowe reminds her AP class everyday that conceit comes before a fall.
  • With the amount of conceit dripping from her voice, it seemed a miracle that she even considered someone good enough to be her boyfriend in the first place.
  • The conceit of the woman!
  • Conceit is associated with stupidity and ignorance.
  • Her conceit deluded her into believing she was important.
  • The conceit of that man is incredible!
  • He's full of conceit.
  • Conceit is the enemy of / to progress.
  • There was no bombast or conceit in his speech.
  • Conceit and complacency are the archenemy of unity.
  • Conceit comes from shallowness; arrogance is due to ignorance.
  • A fool is wise in his own conceit.
  • Conceit,in many cases, describes a state of serious emotional insecurity.
  • As conceit makes one lag behind, so modesty helps one make progress.
  • He is all out of conceit with that book; it is so simple.
  • His personal defects are a somewhat hostile reserve, conceit, and a narrow outlook....
  • There is no trace of conceit, arrogance or class consciousness about her.
  • Her book is simply a collection of memories, told without conceit or self-absorption - and therein lies its power.
  • Pamela knew she was a good student, and that was not just a conceit.
  • Error is often the precursor of what is correct, but conceit is the prelude to a fall.
  • She seems to be eaten up with her own conceit.
  • The boar with a flower in his mouth is just a conceit and an obsession.
  • His own marriage was a disastrous threat to this conceit of mastery.
  • Modesty urges,conceit hinders.
  • the idea of the wind's singing is a prime romantic conceit
  • he is alarmed by the widespread conceit that he spent most of the 1980s drunk
  • he was puffed up with conceit