Little cocksure LABBY, too!
"Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 104, January 14, 1893" by Various
Of a cocksure, ambitious boy just breaking out of leading strings?
"The Brentons" by Anna Chapin Ray
What is your verdict, Mr. Cocksure Scientist?
"The Shadow World" by Hamlin Garland
He sounded so cocksure, so all-knowing.
"Tight Squeeze" by Dean Charles Ing
Too jolly cocksure for me.
"The Privet Hedge" by J. E. Buckrose
There was something too cocksure about the man.
"The Monster" by S. M. Tenneshaw
His absolute cocksureness was too ridiculous.
"Desert Conquest" by A. M. Chisholm
Cocksure he was, and before long she knew him boastful; but competence sat on him, none the less.
"Brand Blotters" by William MacLeod Raine
Gladstone was remarking but the other day, 'Harding was always so cocksure.
"Robert Orange" by John Oliver Hobbes
Young Japan, we are led to believe, is intensely ambitious and extremely cocksure.
"The Empire of the East" by H. B. Montgomery
She had known that he was cocksure and domineering.
"Counsel for the Defense" by Leroy Scott
He wouldn't be so cocksure of himself if he did.
"The Island Mystery" by George A. Birmingham
I liked to hear her knock my big men in her cocksure superior way.
"The Harbor" by Ernest Poole
But Garboy is too cocksure.
"Fire Mountain" by Norman Springer
I fear I grow too cocksure of my literary attainments out here, with none to check me.
"An Ocean Tramp" by William McFee
He is so self-satisfied, so arrogant, and so cocksure of every word he utters and every movement he makes.
"Aces Up" by Covington Clarke
Down the street he had met Judson with head erect walking with a cocksure step.
"The Price of the Prairie" by Margaret Hill McCarter
And what a cocksure air he had!
"Eyes Like the Sea" by Mór Jókai
But all the same I felt cocksure in my heart that it would never come to this.
"A Marriage at Sea" by W. Clark Russell
But cocksureness was tricky on such a night.
"Harper's Round Table, July 16, 1895" by Various