Hence oblivion, often unjust, is the punishment which the egotist suffers.
And he is an egotist in every thing—in gallantry, in conversation, in principle, and in heart.
I become communist or egotist, as is most convenient to the speaker and most damaging to myself.
He has been described as an "egotist," but I challenge the description.
On our knees the egotist must die, and the altruist be born.
It had come of loving above her, yet below her, and of loving an egotist.
I knew an egotist who met a female acquaintance in Newhaven village.
I had the pleasure of seeing that egotist hung, with these eyes.
He was a successful man, and, like all successful men, he was an egotist.
Man, egotist though he be, exacts sympathy from all the universe.