Antonyms for vanityˈvæn ɪ ti
This page is about all possible antonyms and opposite words for the term vanity
amour propre, conceit, self-love, vanity(noun)
feelings of excessive pride
the quality of being valueless or futile
"he rejected the vanities of the world"
conceit, conceitedness, vanity(noun)
the trait of being unduly vain and conceited; false pride
dressing table, dresser, vanity, toilet table(noun)
low table with mirror or mirrors where one sits while dressing or applying makeup
vanity(noun)That which is vain, futile, or worthless; that which is of no value, use or profit.
vanity(noun)Excessive pride in or admiration of one's own abilities, appearance or achievements.
vanity(noun)A dressing table used to apply makeup, preen, and coif hair. The table is normally quite low and similar to a desk, with drawers and one or more mirrors atop. Either a chair or bench is used to sit upon.
vanity(noun)Any idea, theory or statement that is without foundation.
English Synonyms and Antonyms
Egoism is giving the "I" undue supremacy in thought; egotism is giving the "I" undue prominence in speech. Egotism is sometimes used in the sense of egoism, or supreme regard for oneself. Self-assertion is the claim by word, act, or manner of what one believes to be his due; self-conceit is an overestimate of one's own powers or deserts. Conceit is a briefer expression for self-conceit, with always an offensive implication; self-conceit is ridiculous or pitiable; conceit arouses resentment. There is a worthy self-confidence which springs from consciousness of rectitude and of power equal to demands. Self-assertion at times becomes a duty; but self-conceit is always a weakness. Self-consciousness is the keeping of one's thoughts upon oneself, with the constant anxious question of what others will think. Vanity is an overweening admiration of self, craving equal admiration from others; self-consciousness is commonly painful to its possessor, vanity always a source of satisfaction, except as it fails to receive its supposed due. Self-esteem is more solid and better founded than self-conceit; but is ordinarily a weakness, and never has the worthy sense of self-confidence. Compare ASSURANCE; PRIDE.
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