This is not to suggest that Romney should aspire to megalomania of Newtonian proportions.
Beethoven, of course, was no stranger to megalomania, and he even loved to brag to his friends about his vanity.
Convinced that our policy in Mesopotamia is due to the War Minister's megalomania he is most anxious to bring him to book.
The old leonine fellow was transfigured, as though by megalomania.
Several years before the great war began a Dutch humorist wrote a play on German megalomania.
But does that sort of megalomania express a genuine self-confidence?
His megalomania naturally detracted from the esteem won by his piety.
But the megalomania of the Teutons has only been one of the contributory causes.
The crowd, in common with paranoia, uniformly shows this quality of "megalomania."
It is megalomania and egotism and the pride of the man in the Bible that waxed fat and kicked.
megalomania meg·a·lo·ma·ni·a (měg'ə-lō-mā'nē-ə, -mān'yə)
A psychopathological condition in which delusional fantasies of wealth, power, or omnipotence predominate.
An obsession with grandiose or extravagant things or actions.