Doesn't admit defeat
Jumps to conclusions about people's intentions
OP, the only one I disagree with on your list is "direct and truthful when communicating with others". While they are often truthful and easy to read, their communication style can be indirect and they often imply things instead of stating them explicitly. For example, they may phrase a statement in the form of a question, and expect the listener to take it as a statement. The first instance that comes to mind is when my little brother eats with his fingers, my ESTJ father will say "DO YOU HAVE A FORK!?" instead of "use your fork". Bad example, but it is one of many.