ego

[ ee-goh, eg-oh ]SEE DEFINITION OF ego

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EGO

He appeared to be somewhat infatuated with his own personality, with his ego, but that did not matter to me.

Yes, he could—if he could "tune in" on his higher consciousness, or ego.

I am old who once was young, but ego in Arcadia fui and I have not forgotten.

The brute has only an obscure sort of ego, illumined by no moral light.

He overthrew the classical ideal of art, and enthroned the ego in its room.

It is the Non-ego through and by which the Ego is endowed with self-discernment.

This ego has created from all eternity, it will go on creating in all eternity.

I felt like that, and I hugged my Ego; so presently he ministered to it with sweetmeats.

I telegraphed my other ego, my dear brother Jim, in Pittsburg.

But no man knows what forces are at work in the determination of his ego.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR EGO

pride

nounself-esteem
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