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  • noun Plural form of ego.

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Examples

  • Someone should remind her and Bill something bigger than their egos is at stake here ..... the next Presidency.

    Analysis: Clinton scores a win, Obama nears finish line

  • The portrayal of the parents as academics with monstrous egos is presumably an instance of the "humor" of which so many reviewers of Russo's fiction take note, but it seems to me more vicious than funny, although I guess there's still a little entertainment value in the viciousness.

    June 2010

  • The portrayal of the parents as academics with monstrous egos is presumably an instance of the "humor" of which so many reviewers of Russo's fiction take note, but it seems to me more vicious than funny, although I guess there's still a little entertainment value in the viciousness.

    The Reading Experience

  • Too often the gratification of our senses and egos is taken as proof that God is on our side, as though a logical equation can be made between faith and what happens here on earth.

    Judith Dupre: The Many Faces of Mary (PHOTOS)

  • Too often the gratification of our senses and egos is taken as proof that God is on our side, as though a logical equation can be made between faith and what happens here on earth.

    Judith Dupre: The Many Faces of Mary (PHOTOS)

  • The portrayal of the parents as academics with monstrous egos is presumably an instance of the "humor" of which so many reviewers of Russo's fiction take note, but it seems to me more vicious than funny, although I guess there's still a little entertainment value in the viciousness.

    Deep-Hearted

  • I am telling you, no matter how entertaining, how fulfilling to short-term egos - you can't play politics with people's jobs and with people's services or with their homes.

    New Statesman

  • Individually and collectively, the four love to play together -- though their generally stoic demeanor belies that -- and the shelving of egos translates into a willingness to contribute as more than role players: Stanton Moore was jumping off his stool within five minutes to ensure he sounded like a full marching band from New Orleans, while Andy Hess continually astounded with the notes he coaxed from his ancient Fender axe: how can an extended bass line boom?

    Glide Magazine - Music :: Culture :: Life

  • Unfortunatly it's mostly on fly fishing sites where for some reason the egos are as large as the rivers we fish.

    Hey Ramcatt Kevin Hospodar

  • Unfortunatly it's mostly on fly fishing sites where for some reason the egos are as large as the rivers we fish.

    Hey Ramcatt Kevin Hospodar

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