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At any rate in death (as we say) he was not divided—from his egotisms.
You have nothing to forgive in Felicia, said Maurice; she has been the target, I think, for all our egotisms to stab.
PATHS OF JUDGEMENTANNE DOUGLAS SEDGWICK
In the musical egotisms of his poetry, the ear catches the same note of boastful arrogance and self-complacence.
THE REAL SHELLEY, VOL. I (OF 2)JOHN CORDY JEAFFRESON
Her companion enjoyed her little humours and egotisms, enjoyed the walk and her companionship.
But he must have written what Montaigne dictated, as the expressions and the egotisms are all Montaigne's.
It was, moreover, the first excursion out of the beaten path of their egotisms.
ANGEL ISLANDINEZ HAYNES GILLMORE
The small egotisms of the writer do not alienate other readers as they did John Wilson Croker.
The little circles of their egotisms have to be opened out until they become arcs in the sweep of the racial purpose.
THE WORLD SET FREEHERBERT GEORGE WELLS
They give us the discord between the opening egotisms of youths and the ill-defined limitations of a changing social life.
THE WORLD SET FREEHERBERT GEORGE WELLS
There was only one end possible to such a clash of high tempers, national egotisms, and reciprocal ignorances.

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judderverb (used without object) | [juhd-er ]SEE DEFINITION