[ meg-uh-loh-mey-nee-ak ]
/ ˌmɛg ə loʊˈmeɪ niˌæk /
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a person who has megalomania.
Also meg·a·lo·ma·ni·a·cal [meg-uh-loh-muh-nahy-uh-kuhl], /ˌmɛg ə loʊ məˈnaɪ ə kəl/, meg·a·lo·man·ic [meg-uh-loh-man-ik]. /ˌmɛg ə loʊˈmæn ɪk/. of, relating to, or suggesting megalomania or a person with it.
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How to use megalomaniac in a sentence
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