self-admiration

[ ad-muh-rey-shuhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF self-admiration

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But there self-admiration ceased to be all-sufficient for her.

In giddiness of self-admiration, she felt everything to be possible.

Mrs. Chapman waited with an air of self-admiration for a reply.

Steve looked as proud as any peacock that strutted along a wall in self-admiration.

His egoism likewise found a more perfect surfeit in his own self-admiration than in that of others.

Surely, for this may well give way all our paltry self-consciousness, our self-admiration and self-worships!

His self-admiration makes him consider his adversaries, and even his rivals, as miscreants deserving of death.

An omnipotent legislator cannot depreciate himself; like a king he is condemned to self-admiration in his public capacity.

It is a kind of self-admiration society, which serves the mission of a lecture bureau.

And with a complacent shrug of the shoulders, and a slight smile of self-admiration, Bruce leant back in his armchair.

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