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even by Hollywood standards, that movie star's egomania is of epic proportions
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Virtually every great idea—and plenty of bad ones—pass through this small strip of land, where the concentration of wealth and egomania rival Riyadh.
The role of ringleader, originally played by Kiefer Sutherland, has been ceded to Ellen Page, whose performance is driven by grief rather than cartoonish egomania.
The full disclosure of Irving's egomania in his off-season trade request turned him into an insufferable character who might as well be named KyMe as some columnist (blush) dubbed him.
But in the name of humane egalitarianism, the Mars critics would swap out the alleged narcissism of wealthy visionaries for their own even more narrow and covetous egomania.
Like so many writers, and humans of all stripes, however, Alexie is a Möbius strip of self-loathing as well as egomania.
Chalk it up to Shatner’s egomania and questionable stability, said Takei.
Trump’s egomania, to this point, has distinctly benefitted him.
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First Known Use of egomania
complacence, complacency, conceit, conceitedness, ego, pomposity, pompousness, pride, pridefulness, self-admiration, self-conceit, self-esteem, self-importance, self-indulgence, self-love, self-partiality, self-respect, self-satisfaction, self-sufficiency, smugness, vaingloriousness, vainglory, vainness, vanity;
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