[ UK /ˈiːɡə‍ʊˌɪst/ ]
  1. a self-centered person with little regard for others
  2. a conceited and self-centered person
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How To Use egoist In A Sentence

  • The visible developments of their hidden existence do seem, in their results, like egotism; but who shall dare to say that the man who has abnegated self to give pleasure, instruction, or grandeur to his epoch, is an egoist? Modeste Mignon
  • For any male Jewish-born atheist, misogynist, egoist out there, this book is just the ticket.
  • We do not need to assume anything as strong as the claim that we are all dedicated, grasping, egoists to see this.
  • The first one suggests that Pascalian reasoners are manipulative egoists whom God might take exception to, and they won't be rewarded after all.
  • Putting out the effort to help an archaic community organization survive and move on to more appropriate endeavors is a monumental task especially when senior members are mired in self-defined and egoistic pursuits. The Lake Chapala Society
  • The egoist might now appeal to the difference between awareness and attentive attentiveness.
  • Everything we experience is normally experienced from an egoistic or narcissistic point of view.
  • Another important ally gained at this period was Harriet Shaw Weaver, business manager and then editor of the Egoist, and a lifelong benefactress of Joyce.
  • I gave up last year when I realised that they were a bunch of dull egoists.
  • The perplexed liberal democracies in Central and Western Europe are increasingly egoistical, and are now teetering along an uncertain course.
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