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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishegotisticale‧go‧tis‧tic‧al /ˌiːɡəˈtəstɪkəl◂, ˌeɡ-/ adjective  CONFIDENTsomeone who is egotistical likes to talk about how great and important they think they are He’s a selfish, egotistical individual!egotistically /-kli/ adverb
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egotisticalRigby often seems egotistical and arrogant.I became more egotistical and more dedicated.The man was insufferable, an egotistical, chauvinistic monster.Not out of stubbornness or avarice or an egotistical desire to chase longevity records.You know, publicity is sort of ridiculous in its blatant, egotistical nature.The preferred personal orientation is an egotistical one and the scholar who best illustrates it for Cooley is Goethe.
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