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- adv. in an egotistic manner
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- adv. With egotism.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an egotistical manner.
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- adv. in an egotistical manner
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A top level executive may have egotistically demanded one to be placed on his desk --- but he rarely had a clue on how to put it to good use.
In this vein, treating other people as you would want to be treated is perhaps still not the most ethical approach on some level since it rather egotistically assumes that the other person is just like you and would want to be treated the same way … when this might not necessarily be the case at all.
He believes that his key strength in dealmaking is that he doesn't approach a deal egotistically.
But it is true of enough that we have the sort of egotistically driven but false sense of their own expertise that leads to these egregdiously false claims about law (or climate change, recall the Oregon petition).
Their egotistically enhanced manipulative megalomaniacal maladjustments in this matter is massively mind-boggling.
Starting a letter to Adolf Hitler with the words "My friend," Gandhi egotistically asked: "Will you listen to the appeal of one who has deliberately shunned the method of war not without considerable success?"
The judge noted that Carter had egotistically dropped the names of politician-friends during prior court proceedings, and bragged to cops about being written up in The New York Times.
It's too easy -- not to mention egotistically gratifying -- to preach to others about how they should be.
In fact, he egotistically referred to his actions as "lynch law" and "lynching."
The masculine, dominant power is soooooo egotistically harmful and destructive ..