Definition of Megalomaniacal

1. Adjective. Suffering from megalomania.

Exact synonyms: Megalomanic
Similar to: Neurotic, Psychoneurotic
Derivative terms: Megalomania, Megalomaniac, Megalomania



Definition of Megalomaniacal

1. Adjective. of, exhibiting, or affected with megalomania ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Megalomaniacal

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Megalomaniacal

megalodon
megalodons
megalodont
megalodontia
megaloencephalic
megaloencephalon
megaloencephaly
megaloenteron
megalogastria
megaloglossia
megalographia
megalohepatia
megalokaryocyte
megalomania
megalomaniac
megalomaniacal (current term)
megalomaniacally
megalomaniacs
megalomanias
megalomanic
megalomelia
megalomycterid
megalomycterids
megalonychosis
megalonyx
megalonyxes
megalopa
megalophonous
megalopia

Literary usage of Megalomaniacal

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1. Text-book of Psychiatry: A Psychological Study of Insanity for Practitioners by Emanuel Mendel (1907)
"Here they appear at first logically formed by the meditation of the patient (see paranoia). Transient and changing megalomaniacal ideas also appear in ..."

2. Transactions (1907)
"It is claimed by Kraeplin that less than a quarter of the cases of paresis are of the megalomaniacal or expansive form ; that two-fifths are of the ..."

3. Private Lives of Kaiser William II, and His Consort: Secret History of the by Henry William Fischer (1909)
"... the megalomaniacal Sultan of India, was pleased to kill his brother and exalt his mother, so it was William's bon plaisir to give a lift to Prince ..."

4. Manual of Psychiatry by Joseph Rogues de Fursac, Aaron Joshua Rosanoff (1916)
"(c) megalomaniacal variety. — The ideas of grandeur may either be primary or they may follow a very brief period of ideas of persecution. ..."

5. Italy and the World War by Thomas Nelson Page (1920)
"He declared that it was not a question of a lot of conquests or of megalomaniacal ambitions, but of the most sensitive idealism ..."

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