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egotist

[ē′gətist, eg′-]
one who is vain or conceited or who places too much importance on the self and is boastful, egocentric, and arrogant. See also egoist.
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Cairns (1) correctly assesses lawyers and politicians--their knowledge of science is limited and self-serving--but after years of hearing complaints about lawyers and politicians, and years of working with scientists and engineers, I have concluded that the narrow-minded, egotistical, and self-centered disposition claimed of lawyers is more of result of human nature rather than inherent to the profession, meaning scientists and engineers suffer from the same qualities.
But Fulham and its egotistical chairman Mohamed Al Fayed have -- somewhat predictably -- gone two better.
2] levels have been 10 times current levels (prior to the industrial revolution), it seems a little egotistical to assume that current increases are caused solely or primarily by combustion of fossil fuels.
Gramm's campaign is melting down, and not just because he's egotistical and "mean.
Falstaff comments on the political action of the play with inglorious, reckless, egotistical good sense.
They are being asked aggressively by institutional shareholders, shouted shrilly by stockholder organizations and proffered seriously by all kinds of pundits who feel that an independent chairman may help to curb excessive executive compensation, abuse of perquisites, board domination and egotistical or aberrant CEO behavior that damages the corporation.
Jane Fonda, Dolly Parton and Lily Tomlin, stars of the classic workplace comedy Nine To Five, clocked-in for a special cast reunion event to celebrate the launch of Fox Home Entertainment's Sexist, Egotistical, Lying, Hypocritical Bigot Edition DVD, on Thursday, March 30th at the Hollywood & Highland Complex.
Our Foreign Secretary's total and utter disloyalty and egotistical selfobsession proves that few people in the country are less suited to the job.
From his Chaplinesque walk to his single raised eyebrow and the assured way he delivered his lines, Durr captured the essence of the somewhat egotistical and OCD Poirot.
With this coalition being presided over by an egotistical and scornful Prime Minister with a stooge in Iain Duncan Smith, also originating from a privileged and well-heeled family tree, indicates to me these politicians have no respect or concern for disabled people at all.
The show, based on the hit movie, centres on three office workers who turn the tables on their egotistical bigot of a boss.