Definition Of bumptious
self-assertive or proud to an irritating degree.
these bumptious young boys today
Example Of bumptious
And even if Mozart was an often bumptious prankster, I cannot buy Shaffer's unhinged buffoon, especially when Michael Sheen, camping sky-high, is disgraceful in the early clownish sequences and creepy in the later pathetic ones.
And the authorities can't be fooled into making bumptious statements because they're all media-savvy now.
And the Jersey driver remains a prominent folk devil all over the Northeast: bumptious , heedless, hostile and barely competent.
At the time of Britpop, he appeared just another brash and bumptious pop star with plenty of flash and attitude.
Buster will be in Edinburgh again this year, more bumptious than ever, because the bestseller - as well as being translated into German, French, Italian and Magyar - is now available in Japanese.