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How To Use self-confessed In A Sentence
- On the few occasions he has to bat, Mets pitcher R.A. Dickey, a self-confessed Star Wars nut, borrows his walk out music from Darth Vader—the Imperial March by John Williams. A Player's Big Decision: Intro Music
- It was with a certain degree of self-confessed smugness that I looked out as the blustery wind swept around headquarters and the ordinary plebs tried to wrap up against the elements.
- As a self-confessed slob, I have amazing respect for what these guys do with their urban ballet: they're athletes, stuntmen, acrobats, gymnasts and martial artists all rolled into one.
- For all her girlishness, she's a steely businesswoman and a self-confessed workaholic.
- Mr Kaiser was a controversial appointment by Ms Bligh after the self-confessed vote rorter received a special $100,000 pay rise on appointment. AustralianIT.com.au | Top Stories
- Yardley - a self-confessed smoker - does not think this is either fair or reasonable.
- A self-confessed gossip columnist, she writes under her former married name of Lady Colin Campbell - to me her first vulgarity.
- He is also at work on his third novel - a self-confessed homebody, Wharton refers to the work in progress as an ‘anti-travelogue.’
- As things stand, his self-confessed dearest wish seems about to be granted.
- Not having read the disclaimer on the publisher's page, Douthat is unaware that Brown is not preaching, he's writing fiction, that you can't present fiction that can be read as fact, it can only be read as fiction, and that fiction does not unlock any secrets of history or anything else, because it is self-confessedly, upfront about it, it is fiction. The NYT Presents the Living Definition of Republican Obtuseness