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self-centred

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishself-centredˌself-ˈcentred British English, self-centered American English adjective  SELFISHpaying so much attention to yourself that you do not notice what is happening to other people syn selfishself-centredness noun [uncountable]
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self-centredJill's attractive and pleasant to talk to, but she's extremely self-centred.From egocentricity to altruism Infants go through a period of being completely self-centred.One thing that must be pointed out is the fact that these remarks, however romantic-sounding, are all self-centred.There had been so much to admire in Ewan, even though he'd been so self-centred.Jeopardy was selfish and self-centred, but irresistibly compelling.Such events must have undermined even Prokofiev's naive, self-centred confidence.He's self-centred, manipulative, insensitive; classic signs of a personality problem.Was it because she is a mixed-up, self-centred space cadet?He is self-centred, with little interest in the organisation's needs.
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