pyromaniac


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py·ro·ma·ni·ac

(pī'rō-mā'nē-ak),
One affected with pyromania; arsonist.

pyromaniac

[pī′rōmā′nē·ak]
1 n, a person having or displaying characteristics of pyromania.
2 adj, pertaining to or exhibiting pyromania. pyromaniacal, adj.
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Pyromaniacs have a severe inferiority complex, and this state of mind seriously impairs their normal functioning in society.
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Jack finally discovers the identity of the pyromaniac, who soon realises he is in big trouble.
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