His exaltation is self-centred, is priggishness, his fall is unrestrained by any exterior obligation.
The child's shocked eyes recalled the girl's self-centred thoughts.
The book perfectly renders the disillusion, languor and sentimentality which characterise a self-centred scepticism.
There was nothing morbid or self-centred in the girl's attitude.
They are self-centred, and look down upon the rest of the world, and forget their dependence upon God.
If he was self-centred, it was in his strength, not in his weakness.
What have we to do with such dreamy, self-centred, emotional holiness, here and now in London?
It is not even its own reward, except for the self-centred and—I had almost said—the unamiable.
Even Reginald Clavering, dull and self-centred, became frightened and ashamed.
He had some turn for art and letters, and was religious in his own self-centred way.