Vainglórious. adj. [vanus and gloriosus, Latin.] Boasting without performances; proud in disproportion to desert.
Vain-glorious man, when flutt'ring wind does blow,
In his light wings is lifted up to sky. Fairy Queen.
Strength to glory aspires
Vain-glorious, and through infamy seeks fame. Milton.
This his arrogant and vain-glorious expression witnesseth. Hale.