self-centred

ADJECTIVE
  1. limited to or caring only about yourself and your own needs
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How To Use self-centred In A Sentence

  • They are selfish, self-centred and bad team players. Times, Sunday Times
  • Jeopardy was selfish and self-centred, but irresistibly compelling.
  • Robert is a self-centred, ambitious and bigoted man.
  • Above all, they are apt to be self-centred and self-absorbed, with little interest in their neighbours and communities.
  • Well, if he is two-faced, self-centred, plausibly insincere, manipulative and insensitive‚Ķ be concerned.
  • He should have known better. But he was blinded by his own self-centredness.
  • Self-centredness is the source of all downfalls; cherishing others is the source of all happiness and success. The sound of one hand clapping: Zen Pen
  • So it's always very important to talk about the different balances between confidence and being assertive about your views rather than arrogant and self-centred about them. Times, Sunday Times
  • Above all, they're apt to be self-centred and self-absorbed, with little interest in their neighbours or communities.
  • He could be, and often was, called egotistical, self-centred, domineering and sneering; but at least one knew that the total effect was there because he meant it: he found it temperamentally impossible to be a creep. The Guardian World News
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