Definition of Egotists

1. Noun. (plural of egotist) ¹



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Definition of Egotists

1. egotist [n] - See also: egotist

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Egotists

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egosurfing
egosurfs
egosyntonic
egotheism
egotise
egotised
egotises
egotising
egotism
egotisms
egotist
egotistic
egotistical
egotistically
egotists (current term)
egotize
egotized
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egotrip
egotropic
egranulose
egre
egrecious
egregious
egregiously
egregiousness
egregiousnesses
egress

Literary usage of Egotists

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1. The Paris Spectator, Or, L'hermite de la Chaussée-d'Antin: Containing by Etienne de] [Jouy, William Jerdan (1816)
"It is unjust, in my opinion, that egotists, the breed of whom (not to say the family) increases to such an alarming extent, should affect to consider ..."

2. What I Heard, Saw and Did at the Australian Gold Fields by C. Rudston Read (1853)
"... LIGHT GOLD—ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER'S DUTIES—OUT STATIONS —CHIEF COMMISSIONER—MR. F. JONES—egotists— ..."

3. Letters of Euler on Different Subjects in Natural Philosophy: Addressed to a by Leonhard Euler, John Griscom, David Brewster (1833)
"Conviction of Ike Existence of what we perceive by the Semes. Of the Idealists, egotists, and Mate- ..."

4. The Fortnightly Review (1869)
"Thus, by a sort of critical selection, the cultivated class improves the breed of literary egotists; it suppresses all but the best specimens. III. ..."

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