Without this two egoisms cannot exist side by side and develop.
It would be, he saw, a conflict of egoisms, and he could not afford to risk his own.
There is a similar relation between the egoisms of the two men.
Pardon me these egoisms, which, if ever excusable, are so when writing to a friend to whom our concerns are not uninteresting.
With all its faults, all its egoisms, take this last essay in my first book of essays, and do not think hardly of me.
Let him consider it as being such a chapter, and its egoisms will require no apology.
I begin this record with the columnar, self-reliant capital letter to signify that there is no disguise in its egoisms.
The way a man handles his egoisms is a test of his mastery over an audience or a class of readers.
His egoisms would spoil what little of the natural was left in the regions of Vanity Fair.