Thesaurus / megalomania

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It is megalomania and egotism and the pride of the man in the Bible that waxed fat and kicked.
GREENMANTLEJOHN BUCHAN
His megalomania naturally detracted from the esteem won by his piety.
One of the most frequent traits of your crank is his megalomania, or self-magnification.
Megalomania, the vain imagination of being a superman, is generally characteristic of magicians.
His comrades claimed that he was suffering from megalomania.
A LITTLE GARRISONFRITZ VON DER KYRBURG
Imperialism without noble imaginations, it seemed to him, was simply nationalism with megalomania.
Of that megalomania the Kaiser has been, in innumerable speeches, the eloquent and insolent spokesman.
The old leonine fellow was transfigured, as though by megalomania.
SACRIFICESTEPHEN FRENCH WHITMAN
Was there ever a clearer case of megalomania, menacing the welfare of a great people?
But does that sort of megalomania express a genuine self-confidence?

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