Definition of Egomaniacs

1. Noun. (plural of egomaniac) ¹



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Definition of Egomaniacs

1. egomaniac [n] - See also: egomaniac

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Egomaniacs

egoistic
egoistical
egoistically
egoists
egoities
egoitis
egoity
egoless
egolessly
egolessness
egolike
egomania
egomaniac
egomaniacal
egomaniacally
egomaniacs (current term)
egomanias
egomism
egonomics
egophonic
egophony
egos
egosurf
egosurfed
egosurfer
egosurfers
egosurfing
egosurfs
egosyntonic
egotheism

Literary usage of Egomaniacs

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1. The Living Age by Making of America Project, Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell (1844)
"Our few leaves of absence showed us how little the people got from the war that had been thrust on us by egomaniacs thirsty for power and glory. ..."

2. Footnotes to Evolution: A Series of Popular Addresses on the Evolution of Life by David Starr Jordan, Edwin Grant Conklin, Frank Mace McFarland, James Perrin Smith (1898)
"Neurotic freaks and egomaniacs have been found in all ages. The memory of those of earlier ages has passed away, as those of to-day will be soon forgotten. ..."

3. My Neighbor the Workingman by James Roscoe Day (1920)
"... the fetid vapors distilled over the quagmires of alien socialism compounded with the black ignorance of our little egomaniacs of the street gutters. ..."

4. Germany Vs. Civilization: Notes on the Atrocious War by William Roscoe Thayer (1916)
"Indeed, long before Nietzsche was born, insane asylums in all countries swarmed with egomaniacs who had attempted to put Nietzschean principles in practice. ..."

5. Degeneration by Max Simon Nordau (1895)
"Of course the reader to whom the mental physiognomy of egomaniacs is shown ought always to remember that, if the principal representatives of this species ..."

6. The Vital Study of Literature, and Other Essays by William Norman Guthrie (1912)
"We are hermits, harmless egomaniacs, or children grown up, (that most awful thing)— the little babe by increase of dimension become the ..."

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