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    Default self-assured vs self-confident

    Hello.
    Looking up "self-assured" in several dictionaries I was given "self-confident" as a definition. Does that mean there's absolutely no difference between these two terns? Can that be possible? Thanks

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    Default Re: self-assured vs self-confident

    Quote Originally Posted by micaelo View Post
    Hello.
    Looking up "self-assured" in several dictionaries I was given "self-confident" as a definition. Does that mean there's absolutely no difference between these two terns? Can that be possible? Thanks
    Certainly it is possible. "Self-confident" is more commonly used though.

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