egoistic

ADJECTIVE
  1. limited to or caring only about yourself and your own needs
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  • How about, the Marx Brothers were brilliant, light, spontaneous and anarchic and Karl Marx was a controlling, egoistical fruit cake. On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...
  • I think he sees himself as part of the team and not just an egoistical head of goverment. Votes that won’t count
  • I started to get egoistical in real life and, as a result, my girlfriend left me.
  • Why such egoistical intellectual imperialism not to mention spectacular absence of logical consistency should be so popular these days is a mystery to me. The Volokh Conspiracy » From the California Supreme Court’s Prop. 8 Decision:
  • I think he sees himself as part of the team and not just an egoistical head of government. Next 72 hours are crunch time for McCain, Obama
  • For the scientific democrats the most salient fact of American life during the Gilded Age was the spread of egoistic and self-seeking behavior.
  • By lowering the axe on social spending and slashing the taxes on corporations and the rich, the Liberals are realigning social policy to unabashedly serve the private, egoistic needs of big business.
  • The perplexed liberal democracies in Central and Western Europe are increasingly egoistical, and are now teetering along an uncertain course.
  • Everything we experience is normally experienced from an egoistic or narcissistic point of view.
  • 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
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