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    full of yourself

    Metaphorically it means that if you're not proud and full of yourself then you don't need to be afraid of being humiliated or belittled

    What does full of yourself means in this sentence? (correct this please)

    Please explain it.


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    Re: full of yourself

    Hi, Gary,
    What does ... mean?- does gets the ending -s.
    It means egoistic, thinking of yourself only.


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    Re: full of yourself

    Quote Originally Posted by Humble View Post
    Hi, Gary,
    What does ... mean?- does gets the ending -s.
    It means egoistic, thinking of yourself only.
    'to be full of oneself' is an antonym for humble
    sorry Humble for taking your name in vain


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    Re: full of yourself

    It's all right, Svartnik.

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