egotistically

[ ee-guh-tis-tik or ee-guh-tis-ti-kuh l; eg-uh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF egotistically
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I do, and I egotistically take my friends to see the result.

Hugh thought for himself; he thought round and through his position, not egotistically but with a quality of responsibility.

The Romanticist egotistically pursues his personal happiness, and believes himself to be of infinite importance.

His eyes took on a glint of intelligence, one might almost say of hope, and he smiled egregiously, egotistically.

But he lived to see the day when, as he egotistically said, "it became circulated like the newspapers."

I, in fine, just rudely and egotistically thrust forward the beastly way I should have done it.

Indeed, egotistically preoccupied with his own side of the case, he had scarcely bestowed a thought on hers.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR EGOTISTICALLY

ostentatiously

adverbblatantly
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