egotistic

[ ee-guh-tis-tik or ee-guh-tis-ti-kuh l; eg-uh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF egotistic

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I'm not going to be robbed of the egotistic pleasure of being hospitable.

Mind you, I don't say that no one can do it; I am not quite so egotistic as that.

We do not deny that there are plenty of egotistic instincts in isolated individuals.

And besides, he was by nature very crafty, revengeful and egotistic.

"Let every one mind his own business" was the first command of this egotistic morality.

There were, needless to say, selfless exceptions to the egotistic rule.

Beauty is pure, complete, egotistic: it has no other value than its being beautiful.

He is forever boring his friends with these egotistic lamentations.

They are apt to be self-conscious, egotistic, and morbidly conscious.

It follows from all this, evidently, that a great idealist never can be egotistic.

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