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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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Today we find ourselves increasingly persecuted and terrorised in the name of megalomaniacs who claim that they want to save the planet.
Two megalomaniacs, on the opposite side of the spectrum, together at the same time.
Now we find ourselves at the mercy of megalomaniacs who want to create a super power to take on the US - no more recently demonstrated than in the recent polarisation over the Iraq war.
If a group of would-be megalomaniacs intended to create a global police state, the path to success would be far easier if countries would establish their own national police forces first.
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The Nuneaton team, known as The Megalomaniacs, who won the TV challenge in 1999 and 2000, built an impressive "trike" to take part in the show Scrappy Races.
She said: "There are still a few megalomaniacs who think that you can frighten people into a good performance.
But now he marches at the head of this bunch of megalomaniacs who are completely out of touch with reality.
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