egoistical

[ ee-goh-is-tik, eg-oh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF egoistical
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He himself has given his defence; it is weak and egoistical.

If love is egoistical then I am rampant this moment with egoism.

The laborer is counted as the most material and egoistical man.

For instance, she was very much in love with herself, and therefore called me the most egoistical of men.

I confess that on reading a passage here and there it seems merely an autobiographical sequence, and egoistical into the bargain.

Possession, achievement, and the like do not arouse appreciation, but rather an egoistical emotion.

She had two natures—the one egoistical and calculating, the other all heart and passionate tenderness.

Egoistical and hard, he has lived up to the last for show, throwing out his chest in a bubble of vanity.

But perhaps even the too frequent loss of books is an evil to be preferred to the egoistical meanness of the selfish collector.

"My cup is small, but I drink out of my cup," said the egoistical poet of an avaricious people.

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