pertaining to or characterized by egotism.
given to talking about oneself; vain; boastful; opinionated.
indifferent to the well-being of others; selfish.
- Also e·go·tis·ti·cal [ee-guh-tis-ti-kuhl, eg-uh-] /i gəˈtɪs tɪ kəl, ˌɛg ə-/ .
- e·go·tis·ti·cal·ly, adverb
- an·ti·e·go·tis·tic, adjective
- an·ti·e·go·tis·ti·cal, adjective
- an·ti·e·go·tis·ti·cal·ly, adverb
- non·e·go·tis·tic, adjective
- non·e·go·tis·ti·cal, adjective
- non·e·go·tis·ti·cal·ly, adverb
- un·e·go·tis·ti·cal, adjective
- un·e·go·tis·ti·cal·ly, adverb
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How to use egotistic in a sentence
“That would be very egotistic of me, to say how I would like to be remembered,” he said.
“egotistic verve” was a quality of which neither had a lack.
Just now I can't remember whether it was at the special invitation of H. 3rd or my own egotistic urge.Seeing Things at Night | Heywood Broun
She was not a particularly unselfish girl, but no one who heard her then ever called her egotistic afterward.Smith College Stories | Josephine Dodge Daskam
For the egotistic garrulity of the author there is, in fact, no more fit occasion than in the final pages of his book.Tales of Fantasy and Fact | Brander Matthews
The first were egotistic, the second wholly unjudicial, the third laboriously and tediously reminiscent.Mr. Punch's History of Modern England Vol. IV of IV. | Charles L. Graves
Our temptation is to be egotistic and self-centred; to want to approach God alone with our private needs and wishes.Our Lady Saint Mary | J. G. H. Barry