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 (ē′gō-mā′nē-ə, -mān′yə)
Obsessive preoccupation with the self.

e′go·ma′ni·ac′ (-nē-ăk′) n.
e′go·ma·ni′a·cal (-mə-nī′ə-kəl) adj.
e′go·ma·ni′a·cal·ly adv.
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Maybe we can only hope that Trump keeps talking long enough for even the craziest percentile of American voters to come to realise what a hateful, deluded, egomaniacal windbag he is.
Until then, we, the parents will pay and the saddest thing of all; our kids and their brain functions will have been spoiled in what some may consider being an egomaniacal trial.
District Judge William Kuntz seemed unmoved, calling Choudhry "an egomaniacal force" who was "self-absorbed and merciless in your pursuit of evil" before handing down a life sentence for charges including conspiracy to commit murder outside the United States and immigration fraud.
They're not idolised like snowdrops nor are they egomaniacal show-offs like narcissi.
So like any selfish and egomaniacal leader, he orders her murder.
Out in February - on Valentine's Day, if you will - it stars our Jamie as an egomaniacal businessman with a penchant for tying up women and forcing them to do his bidding.
Spacey plays the egomaniacal leader of a private military corporation in the single-player story mode of "Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare.
The reviewer, from Essex, also described Tigger as "an egomaniacal buffoon".
This egomaniacal urge to make the judges more important than the contestants is not a new disease, of course.
The six-episode series, written by Gervais and Stephen Merchant, will follow the life of an egomaniacal talent agent - who's also a little person running an agency that finds work for fellow little people.