overweaning

Overweaning vs Overweening - What's the difference?

overweaning | overweening |


As adjectives the difference between overweaning and overweening

is that overweaning is while overweening is unduly confident; arrogant; presumptuous; conceited.

As a noun overweening is

an excessively high opinion of oneself or one's abilities; presumption, arrogance.

As a verb overweening is

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Overweaning vs Overwearing - What's the difference?

overweaning | overwearing |


As an adjective overweaning

is .

As a verb overwearing is

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Overweaning vs Overleaning - What's the difference?

overweaning | overleaning |


As an adjective overweaning

is .

As a verb overleaning is

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