Examples of egotism in a Sentence
In his egotism he thought everyone was coming just to see him.
for someone who has won a Nobel Prize in physics, he is remarkably without egotism
Recent Examples of egotism from the Web
This drives home the underlying claim of the book: egotism was the ultimate reason for polar exploration.
From stage to screen to stream, the vanity, narcissism, and general egotism of actors have always been a reliable source of amusement, especially in the hands of the right satirists.
First of all, there's his monumental egotism and tactlessness.
This self-aggrandizing, reality-denying flavor of egotism has defined Trump for decades, through his roller-coaster business career and into political life.
And last night, Stormy showed us how, by demonstrating what resistance to Trump’s domineering egotism might look like (Congress would do well to emulate Stormy).
For example, Bobby Fischer’s chess prowess might not have been impressive enough for adults to overlook his breathtaking egotism — but for the launching of Sputnik and America’s anxiety about creeping Soviet domination in education and science.
But Brad’s Status also unpleasantly resembles Noah Baumbach movies that humorlessly assert the maker’s egotism.
Although both were certifiable rock stars, and both are in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Hillman and Petty by and large sidestepped the egotism that can accompany the degree of success both achieved.
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bighead, complacence, complacency, conceit, conceitedness, ego, pomposity, pompousness, pride, pridefulness, self-admiration, self-conceit, self-esteem, self-glory, self-importance, self-love, self-satisfaction, smugness, swelled head, vaingloriousness, vainglory, vainness, vanity;
EGOTISM Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of egotism for English Language Learners
: the feeling or belief that you are better, more important, more talented, etc., than other people
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