self-glorification

self-glorification

n
the act of praising oneself and glorifying oneself to an undeserved extent; also the result of doing this
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In these dreams, of course, he figured in noble and romantic parts, but self-glorification was not the only motive of them.
ISLAMABAD -- Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) officials informed the Supreme Court on Tuesday that the provincial government did not indulge in self-glorification when printing advertisements.
Amazingly, Vivekananda did not suffer from any of the complexes that today's Hindutva leaders suffer from, wanting to distort history for self-glorification, undervaluing the contribution of Orientologists, accusing them of having been imperialists, marginalizing even Radhakrishnan saying he had no lived experience of the Religion he described.
Controversial, reeking of self-justification and self-glorification, most of the books verged on an erection of statute for self.
Tall claims, self-glorification and speaking nastily of opponents may spice up the campaign but it robs the campaign of seriousness and leads to retaliation in the same style.
He has wilful desire of self-glorification by going where none other could go.
As part of his drive for self-glorification, Michaelides also mentioned the fact that he, as a lowly ministry official, had prepared a 50-page report about the "mega scandal of the Nicosia General Hospital," which the "audit service had hushed up," and this led to the president at the time ordering an investigation.
The disjointed, highly repetitive screed reads like a stale list of establishment talking points mixed in with a massive dose of self-glorification, sprinkled liberally with dishonesty and attacks against all who disagree with him--especially Trump.
The best retriever handlers--ahem, I mean, runners--make it look easy because they never waste utterances or movements on the ignoble end of self-glorification.
The fact is that most of these superstructures were built in blood by dictators with giant ego and conceit, either 'for the glory of God' or 'for the glory of man,' but most often for the tyrannical builder's self-glorification.
He said, "The cult of self-glorification and self-absorption has risen in the past few years because of digital photography and the internet.
Trophy" is widely heard, even by people sympathetic to hunting, as referring to a head taken for self-glorification.