egoistical


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e·go·ist

 (ē′gō-ĭst)
n.
1. One devoted to one's own interests and advancement; an egocentric person.
2. An egotist.
3. An adherent of egoism.

e′go·is′tic, e′go·is′ti·cal adj.
e′go·is′ti·cal·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.egoistical - limited to or caring only about yourself and your own needs
selfish - concerned chiefly or only with yourself and your advantage to the exclusion of others; "Selfish men were...trying to make capital for themselves out of the sacred cause of civil rights"- Maria Weston Chapman

egoistical

adjective
1. Concerned with the person rather than with society:
2. Concerned only with oneself:
Idiom: wrapped up in oneself.
3. Thinking too highly of oneself:
Translations
أناني
eigingjarn, sjálfselskur

egoistical

[ˌegəʊˈɪstɪkəl] ADJegoísta

ego

(ˈiːgəu) , (ˈegou) noun
1. personal pride. His criticism wounded my ego.
2. the part of a person that is conscious and thinks; the self.
egocentric (egəˈsentrik) , ((American) i:gou-) adjective
interested in oneself only.
ˈegoism (ˈe-) , ((American) i:-) noun
selfishness.
ˈegoist (ˈe-) , ((American) ˈi:-) noun
ˌegoˈistic, egoˈistical adjective
References in classic literature ?
Was her reticence about her own affairs as inviolable as it had often been convenient for rather an egoistical young man to think it?
We desperately seek a place in the sun--and are all too prone to egoistical self-inflation.
classic Adam Smith fashion, that everyone is selfish, egoistical, and
He had visions of command and dictatorship far beyond his own egoistical thoughts and waged a vendetta against all that was British.
Chocolate lover boy Imran Khan gives a restrained performance as the self-centred egoistical Sriram.
The GDL is taking Deutsche Bahn customers hostage for egoistical reasons to get more power," said BDA president Ingo Kramer.
Unlike the egoistical clashes prevalent among big names in the industry, Salman and Akshay are known to have shared an amiable relationship.