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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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Perhaps the most successful of all chairman-managers was both a businessman and an egotist, however.
In fact, the groups led by the greatest egotists chose the worse candidate for the job.
So there you have them - this year's collection of egotists, eccentrics, and nutters.
People regularly decry politicians, particularly in the National Assembly, but if they are all snouts in the trough, self-serving egotists, we have to ask, who put them there?
We are natural egotists but self centredness is not the key to human flourishing.
When the group was leaving that evening, Bebe told them ```I did this to prove to you unbearable egotists that cooking is no big thing.
In a world filled with self-serving, greedy egotists, here is a man who wholly put someone else - his employer and friend - before himself.
Most of which will, of course, be the outcasts from the Commons who are too old, too stupid, too tired or too obnoxious to survive even in that third rate collection of egotists and self servers.
I've never seen such a bunch of big egotists in my life.
We shouldn't escape responsibility in the media for exposing the charlatans and raging egotists in the modern game, but we must always beware of the lazy stereotype and that's why it's good to hear stories such as this one.
But he didn't come close to addressing the larger injustice caused by robbing the Valley and other areas of the city to fund a corrupt pay-to-play political system and build monuments to downtown egotists.
So to the trustees,accept your defeat like a man (or woman)and have the sense to realise that this is the result the Wrexham people wanted and not what a minority of egotists believed they wanted.