megalomaniac


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meg·a·lo·ma·ni·ac

(meg'ă-lō-mā'nē-ak),
A person exhibiting megalomania.

meg·a·lo·ma·ni·ac

, megalomaniacal (meg'ă-lō-mā'nē-ak, -mă-nī'ă-kăl)
Denotes a person exhibiting megalomania.
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He must be a delusional megalomaniac to attack in his statement Republican front-runner Donald Trump for "preying on people's prejudices and fears".
What they are doing to this poor girl banned from longer seem to go hand-in-hand and we now have megalomaniac head teachers so far removed from reality you couldn't reach them with a space ship.
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