Definition of egotistic:
flamboyant, assuming, introverted, high-handed, vain, swollen-headed, egoistical, haughty, superior, sneering, subjective, arrogant, social, individualistic, know-it-all, overweening, ostentatious, futile, narcissistic, self, flaunting, fruitless, magisterial, egotistical, insolent, supercilious, meek, bumptious, extrinsic, egoistic, bigheaded, proud, uppity, snooty, lordly, impudent, domineering, contemptuous, bold, egomaniacal, personal, affected, vainglorious, humble, presumptuous, presuming, patronizing, modest, brazen, self-involved, condescending, scornful, self-absorbed, snobbish, consequential, overconfident, swollen, stuck-up, sleeveless, imperious, self-satisfied, self-conceited, isolationist, bombastic, selfish, swellheaded, prideful, boastful, pretentious, grandiose, conceited, high-hat, self-love, self-serving, autocratic, self-important, stiff, impertinent, pompous, bootless, inflated, disdainful, self-loving, overbearing.
I confess it as frankly as Rousseau, and my Memoirs are not so egotistic as those of that unfortunate genius; but I never committed such an act of folly as I did when I went to Munich, where I had nothing to do.- "The Memoires of Casanova, Complete The Rare Unabridged London Edition Of 1894, plus An Unpublished Chapter of History, By Arthur Symons", Jacques Casanova de Seingalt.
The marked egotistic trend which constantly comes to the surface in the habitual liar when he attempts to play the part of the hero and central figure in the most fantastic, bizarre, and impossible adventures is likewise frequently at the bottom of the escapades of the habitual criminal.- "Studies in Forensic Psychiatry", Bernard Glueck.
- "Robert Louis Stevenson a Record, an Estimate, and a Memorial", Alexander H. Japp.