Conceit: is a literary device used to show off the writer‘s clever wit and impressive vocabulary. It‘s like when you drop a pun or reference a pop culture phenomenon to make your writing more interesting. As an example, “His wit was sharp as a tack, and he used every opportunity to flaunt his conceit.”
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