Self-centred



[self-sen-terd] /ˈsɛlfˈsɛn tərd/
adjective
1.
concerned solely or chiefly with one’s own interests, welfare, etc.; engrossed in self; selfish; egotistical.
2.
independent, self-sufficient.
3.
centered in oneself or itself.
4.
Archaic. fixed; unchanging.
self-centred
adjective
1.
totally preoccupied with one’s own concerns

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