egoistic[ ee-goh-is-tik, eg-oh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF egoistic
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EGOISTIC
From the egoistic point of view this experiment is exclusively negative.
Egoistic women who have a lover, also treat their husbands badly.
He was not so hard, however, as he was egoistic, and it was not a question of softening his heart.
In its intrinsic nature it is not egoistic at all, but profoundly altruistic.
Why are most small business men narrow, egoistic, conservative?
Egoistic impatience had placed false weights and measures in my hands.
These motives are egoistic; they issue in strife—in the war of all against all.
It may be an egoistic demand, and as such it is mean, simply.
It is to say that egoistic claims must take precedence of altruistic claims.
In fact, we are growing so egoistic that we want to do it ourselves.