egotistical

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

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EGOTISTICAL

Many who appear to be egotistical must assuredly be credited with this good motive.

Why should he spoil his life of egotistical pleasure by resisting that mad creature?

Judge Granger—that inflated, stiff-necked, egotistical bag of conceit!

All this is selfish, and egotistical, you will say—and so it is.

I would not counsel you to be cowardly or egotistical, but he is right, you cannot deny it.

It has been my effort to do this in the least egotistical and the most straightforward fashion.

He brought down his hand upon his knee with an egotistical slap.

It is not at all pleasant for me to be egotistical; nor to be criticized for being so.

It is not suited to these times; it is much too arrogant, too self-conceited, too egotistical.

But I am running on about myself in a most egotistical style.

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