- n. Plural form of egotist.
“Even at work, her male bosses always seemed to be egotists, predators, or frauds.”
“And then it struck me—this never would have happened if the many highly-competitive egotists who passed Sharp by had only stopped to partake in the camaraderie of karaoke as they made their way up and down the mountain.”
“Also, think about what a fascinating character Lincoln was: folksy and humorous, but ambitious as all hell, a great man so confident in his greatness that he allowed egotists like Seward and Chase to discover it in their own time, and a man who could do things with words that will live as long as the English language is still understood.”
“People who are fighting healthcare reform are unpatriotic, uncaring, and unAmerican, self-centered egotists!”
“These egotists catch the media's attention and then enjoy a huge media blitz.”
“Two such massive egotists on stage without a disciplinary interlocutor is always a risk: Sinclair begins by claiming that he may have invented Home as a character, or at least some of his ‘psychogeographical’ writings.”
“A garden tool by any other name, her followers are dumber than a door nail or rich egotists.”
“One can note many extreme egotists out there shamming religious persuasion.”
“Instead, it's a pathetic nest of nasty egotists, damn-the-facts party loyalties and take-no-prisoners special interests.”
“Some narcissists are unlikable, flagrant egotists.”
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