ego trip

NOUN
  1. an act undertaken to increase your own power and influence or to draw attention to your own importance
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How To Use ego trip In A Sentence

  • It's not like I'm on any kind of a personal ego trip.
  • Atlanta is on a massive ego trip, mixed with a congenital inferiority complex that makes Atlantans overly eager to impress others.
  • Atlanta is on a massive ego trip, mixed with a congenital inferiority complex that makes Atlantans overly eager to impress others.
  • You are having a bit of an ego trip. The Sun
  • Drop jealousy and love wells up. Jealousy means that I am the owner. It is an ego trip, and wherever there is ego there is poison, and the poison kills the very source of love. One has to become aware of just these few things and discard them and one's life becomes a lotus of love. And then there is no need to go in any search of god, god will come in search of you. This is my observation, that god always comes seeking the true seeker. Whenever the disciple is ready the master appears. Osho 
  • During the game itself Mileson remained very composed and anyone who thinks that he is just on some kind of moneyman's ego trip should have seen the look of sheer exaltation when Gretna's equaliser hit the back of the net.
  • You are having a bit of an ego trip. The Sun
  • Drop jealousy and love wells up. Jealousy means that I am the owner. It is an ego trip, and wherever there is ego there is poison, and the poison kills the very source of love. One has to become aware of just these few things and discard them and one's life becomes a lotus of love. And then there is no need to go in any search of god, god will come in search of you. This is my observation, that god always comes seeking the true seeker. Whenever the disciple is ready the master appears. Osho 
  • Drop jealousy and love wells up. Jealousy means that I am the owner. It is an ego trip, and wherever there is ego there is poison, and the poison kills the very source of love. One has to become aware of just these few things and discard them and one's life becomes a lotus of love. And then there is no need to go in any search of god, god will come in search of you. This is my observation, that god always comes seeking the true seeker. Whenever the disciple is ready the master appears. Osho 
  • The chance of an ego trip, to add to all the ones I've already made?
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