alter ego[ awl-ter ee-goh, eg-oh, al- ]SEE DEFINITION OF alter ego
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ALTER EGO
Has each of us an alter ego, who can really behave, elsewhere?
It is the care, the management of this house that I have thought of intrusting to you as to an alter ego.
In Achilles, the other self, the alter ego, is the stronger man.
Inversely, the animal is regarded as a double of the man, as his alter ego.
The horse is regarded by the Central Asiatic as his alter ego.
So the word came to mean a counterpart, a double, one's alter ego.
Since she could not marry him, Cline wanted Mademoiselle to do so, for Mademoiselle was her alter ego.
As his alter ego had addressed the King, so he now addressed the nation.
She was his shadow, his alter ego, his servant, his anything he wanted her to be.
His alter ego was Delaroche, to whom he gave his daughter in marriage.