For all his egotism and irascibility, Churchill was a good man as well as a great one.
In all things he looked only to himself, and to this egotism he sacrificed both subjects and Governments.
The egotism he displayed in the enjoyment of his good fortune, shielded him from any fault.
Mr. Browning, apart from the question of the egotism involved, could not say of himself, he at least believed in soul.
Perhaps it was my egotism, which made me over-bold, thinking that any woman could love me.
But Dante's egotism goes rather further than was requisite, so that the transcendental insight might not fail in his philosophy.
I am inclined to ascribe these feelings at bottom to egotism.
He died with a discretion, a modesty, a self-forgetfulness which redeemed the egotism of the universe.
But enough of these tiresome memories, in which my egotism will always involve me.
My dear one, there is an egotism of wifely sorrow that drives a man to sin.
An excessive regard for one's own talents or achievements; conceit, self-importance; acting with only one's own interests in mind.