Definition of egotistically in English:

egotistically

adverb

See egotistical

  • ‘And I've got to tell you, if you don't take it egotistically, I'm extremely proud of these songs, have been ever since the day we cut them, and now finally there's an opportunity for them to see the light.’
  • ‘With much greater credibility in these scenes, he moves in and out of the audience's sympathies, skilfully showing his pent-up anger while egotistically pushing away his family.’
  • ‘Eighteen years later he's still egotistically playing the star, still spouting the old popular dialogue, ‘Never give up, never surrender.’’
  • ‘His rapid rise was due partly to the emergence of the star system but he contributed creatively if egotistically to cinema art: directing was merely an extension of his power as actor.’
  • ‘The country pursues its own interests increasingly egotistically.’

Pronunciation

egotistically

/ˌɛɡəˈtɪstɪk(ə)li/ /ˌiːɡəˈtɪstɪk(ə)li/