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Alternative clues for the word ego

"Me, me, me!" attribute

Kind of mania

Sense of self

Swelled head

Roman I

Latin I?


Kind of maniac


I, to Claudius

"I" affliction

Personal pride

Freudian study



Freudian focus

It may be massaged

Super ending

Victim of deflation

Narcissist's problem

Freudian factor

Big head

"I" for Claudius

Id moderator

Swellhead's excess

Swellhead's problem

Freudian topic

It's sometimes crushed

Kind of trip

It may need massaging

Maniacal leader

Bruised item


It's a matter of pride

It's sometimes bruised

It may be easily bruised

Psychology I

Teamwork deterrent

Something to stroke

Cause of conflict, maybe

What makes you you

Hubris source

It may need stroking

Something that can get in the way

Fathead's excess

Freudian component

It's big in corporate management

Everyone has one

"I" problem

Inflatable item

It may block a compromise


Subject of psychoanalysis

Latin I

___ ideal

Heady feeling?

It's inflatable



It may be overblown

Self center

It may need a boost

Cause of a power trip

Motivation for many a pol

Problem for a "maniac"

Cause of star wars?

Companion of the id

Tripper's problem?

Personality part

A star may have a big one

It can get bruised

It may get a boost

Braggart's display

Source of an attitude


Something that may need massaging

___ boost

I, in old Rome



Mania subject?

Prima donna's problem

Teamwork disrupter

Cooperation roadblock

Psych 101 topic

Hollywood biggie?

Winning 1-Across can make this grow

Freudian concern

Off-putting trait

Bruised item, maybe

I problem?

It may be inflated

First person in ancient Rome

It may be stroked

A diva might have a big one

Prima donna problem

Kind of booster

Psychologist's "I"

Pride part

It can ruin team spirit

It may need gratification

Teamwork spoiler

It might get in the way of an apology

Something that's bruisable

Blowhard's trait


A smartypants may have a big one

___ trip

Something inflatable

Part of Freud's "psychic apparatus"

Massage target?

Maniacal leader?

A conceited person has a big one

"Me, me, me" attitude

Freud subject

The "I" of Claudius I


Kind of trip for the conceited

It may be puffed up

It can be fragile

___ gratification

Sense of self-importance

Sartre's "The Transcendence of the ___"


Kind of boost


Id's counterpart

Word before booster or tripper

Freudian concept

Elitist's problem

Psychology 101 topic

One may suffer a blow

It's "not master in its own house," said Freud

Roman "I"

Topic of Objectivism

A superstar might have a big one

It often gets fed

Brand in the freezer


It might get in the way of progress

One of a Freudian trio

Psyche part

A star can have a huge one

I, to Tiberius

Something big on the campaign trail?

Lead-in to maniac or surfing

Kind of stroke

"___ te absolvo" (priest's phrase)

Massage target, maybe

It might be inflated or bruised

It's feedable

"It's all about me" trait

Big feature for Donald Trump or Kanye West

Concern of Freud

Psych 101 subject

Freudian "I"

Vain person's problem

It may be stroked or crushed

Inflatable thing

Psyche component

Opposite of humility

___-surf (Google oneself)


Sacred thing, to Ayn Rand

Invisible thing that's inflatable

Rational self, to Freud

It might puff you up

A politician might have a big one

___ booster

It welcomes praise

Psychological mediator

Feedable thing

I, to a psychologist

It welcomes compliments

Lead-in to maniac

What a rejection may crush

(psychoanalysis) the conscious mind

Your consciousness of your own identity

An inflated feeling of pride in your superiority to others

Id companion

Type of trip

What an analyst might inflate

Id's cohort

Super add-on

Alter ___


Alter follower

Monogram of Nina Leeds's creator

Self, to Freud

Freud word

Monogram of Anna Christie's creator

Claudius's I

Caesar's "___ ipse"

Much-bruised item

The big I

Vanity case?

Inflated item, sometimes

Start of a trip

Part of the psyche

Cheap kind of trip

I, to Ovid

O'Neill's monogram

Relative of the id

Monogram of a great Irish-American playwright

Id's cousin

I trouble

O'Neill monogram

It won't swell when bruised

One of a pair of concerns to Freud

Braggart's problem

Alter or super follower

Soul, to Descartes

Item that can be inflated or deflated

Nero's pronoun

Word with mania or trip


Id's partner

Caesar's pronoun

Jungian concern

Inflation victim, often

The self

Kant's concern

Monogram of a great U.S. playwright

Caesar's "I"

See 61 Across

Id relative

One kind of maniac

Freudian unit

Word with centric

Personality face


Id's companion

Freudian term

Caesar's favorite pronoun

Psychiatrist's concern

Matter for Rollo May

Ideal or trip preceder

Word definitions for ego in dictionaries

Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Word definitions in Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
noun COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES alter ego ▪ Gissing used his fictional alter ego to attack Victorian morals. boost sb’s confidence/morale/ego ▪ The win boosted the team’s confidence. bruise sb’s pride/ego ▪ The incident had bruised his pride. ego trip...

The Collaborative International Dictionary Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
ego \e"go\, n.; pl. egos . [L., I.] The conscious and permanent subject of all psychical experiences, whether held to be directly known or the product of reflective thought; the subject consciously considered as ``I'' by a person; -- opposed to...

Wiktionary Word definitions in Wiktionary
n. 1 (senseid en the self)the self, especially with a sense of self-importance 2 (context psychology Freudian English) the most central part of the mind, which mediates with one's surroundings

Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
1714, as a term in metaphysics, "the self; that which feels, acts, or thinks," from Latin ego "I" (cognate with Old English ic ; see I ). Psychoanalytic (Freudian) sense is from 1894; sense of "conceit" is 1891. Ego-trip first recorded 1969, from trip (n.)....

WordNet Word definitions in WordNet
n. an inflated feeling of pride in your superiority to others [syn: egotism , self-importance ] your consciousness of your own identity [syn: self ] (psychoanalysis) the conscious mind

Wikipedia Word definitions in Wikipedia
Egó was a musical band founded in Reykjavík , Iceland ), in the fall of 1981 by Bubbi Morthens with his younger brother and guitarist Bergþór Morthens and their friend, bassist Þorleifur Guðjónsson . Egó's first drummer was Jóhann Ridar (aka “Motorhead”),...

Usage examples of ego.

Ego and Eco were still staring at each other across an unbridgeable gulf, and the two absolutisms were altogether incompatible.

But those same traits created an enormous ego, I think, that had a single and absolutist view of itself.

Ego camps still absolutize the noosphere, the Eco camps are still absolutizing the biosphere, utterly unaware that this contributes every bit as much as the Ego camps to the destruction of the biosphere itself.

Ego and the Eco will never be integrated in this scheme, with the one absolutizing the noosphere and the other absolutizing the biosphere.

The scale of such vistas so great that their sense of themselves, the plain humanness aggrandizing every puny ego, lost its turgor, its shape, a goodly portion of its size.

We have already seen that feeling put-down may cause us to aggress to inflate our ego.

I listened with interest from my reserved seat on the front row, but part of my mind remained concentrated on the puzzle of Albacore, whose duties as chair of the meeting kept him from his other task of stroking my ego.

It fails to see that if we take a bunch of egos with atomistic concepts and teach them that the universe is holistic, all we will actually get is a bunch of egos with holistic concepts.

It is a discouraging symptom of the age that such a system should have been so long belauded, and it is a sign of returning intelligence that even he who has been more especially the alter ego of Mr.

Of course, what culture is actually negating is biocentric and egocentric perception, and this the divine ego will not countenance.

A position demanding a sudden burgeoning of his ego, the unassailable belief in his own efficacy.

In the midst of his anger, he nearly gave Ego the command to deactivate her chip.

Freud, Leonardo, Orwell, Alice, and the Great Gonzo, Ralph Steadman now offers the triography of his artistic alter ego, the redoubtable Gavin Twinge.

Our poor laugher having recovered his composure, Casanova, who had remained very serious, invited me to dinner for the next day with my young friend Paul Gennaro, who had already become my alter ego.

Any effort or attempt to break out of the Zen Hedonist thought system would be defeated by loss of ego, which formed the core of the doctrines.