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egomania

Psychiatry
1. obsessive love for oneself and regard for one's own needs
2. any action dictated by this point of view
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I respect him as a footballer, but there is no greater egomaniac than him," the Daily Mirror quoted Diouf, as saying.
Eton encouraged this egomaniac notion of noblesse oblige, of being put on Earth to do something for poorer people.
I believe this egomaniac regarded the miners as cannon fodder and mere pawns in his campaign to make this country a Marxist state.
The Devil Wears Prada Channel 4, 8pm Anne Hathaway plays Andy Sachs, a would-be journalist from Ohio who lands a job as assistant to the assistant of Miranda Priestly (Meryl Streep), editor of the successful fashion magazine Runway and an egomaniac in immaculate clothing.
JONATHAN asks whether we want a political hack who has sold him or herself over a long political career or a self-financing egomaniac.
This chilling portrait of an abusive relationship--courtship and marriage--in which a ruthless 45-year-old egomaniac, Everard Wemyss, overwhelms a naive 22-year-old, Lucy Entwhistle, is described perfectly by Pauli.
He was an egomaniac, and I was constantly trying to figure out how to make him happy.
Democratic Party is not about extremist ideology, as bombastic DLC egomaniac DINOs (Democrats In Name Only) such as Baer keep arguing, along with right-wing talk-show hosts.
Gershon is another lame egomaniac straight woman selling herself to us queers by dressing like Linda Perry.
Regardless, Adams is routinely reviled by some, who consider him an egomaniac willing to sell his name to endorse archery products.
Angered that their beloved, aging pastor is being replaced by an associate pastor whom some parishioners accuse of being an "arrogant egomaniac," the Bakers have gone on strike.
Futureland assaults them with Pluse, a drug developed to offer escapism at the risk of brain collapse; common ground, the poor-house of the future, located underground where misery rules; MacroSoft, the mega-corporation that has become a powerful nation lead by the egomaniac Dr.