Words nearby megalomania
How to use megalomania in a sentence
It’s supposed to read as vulnerability, but it looks a lot like megalomania, surely the exact opposite of what Larraín intended.Kristen Stewart and Pablo Larraín Do Princess Diana Wrong in Spencer|Stephanie Zacharek|September 3, 2021|Time
Beethoven, of course, was no stranger to megalomania, and he even loved to brag to his friends about his vanity.Japan’s Beloved Deaf Composer is Neither Deaf Nor a Composer|Jimmy So|February 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
This is not to suggest that Romney should aspire to megalomania of Newtonian proportions.Romney Cuts Loose O'Donnell, Perhaps Out of Ego|Michelle Cottle|February 5, 2012|DAILY BEAST
As the race theory must inevitably lead to megalomania and reaction, so it must inevitably lead to militarism.
Even as race heresy must result in racial megalomania, it must result in political reaction and in the government of caste.
Of that megalomania the Kaiser has been, in innumerable speeches, the eloquent and insolent spokesman.
I went out of my mind, I had megalomania; but then I was cheerful, confident, and even happy; I was interesting and original.The Lady With The Dog and Other Stories|Anton Chekhov
What should be a generous, and in part altruistic, exaltation becomes mere megalomania.Ancient Art and Ritual|Jane Ellen Harrison
British Dictionary definitions for megalomania
Derived forms of megalomaniamegalomaniac, adjective, nounmegalomaniacal (ˌmɛɡələʊməˈnaɪəkəl), adjective
Cultural definitions for megalomania
Delusions of grandeur; an extreme form of egotism. Adolf Hitler is generally considered to have been a megalomaniac.