- v. present participle of aggrandize.
“This self aggrandizing is convinced that she's on the road to sainthood.”
“But paying it forward occasionally without whining or salf-aggrandizing is part of being a well-rounded human being: -.”
“Now, granted that the Pulitzer is a prize given by journalists, and so they may have a stake in aggrandizing the newspaper reviewer, one of their own.”
“I’ll do something terrible and self-aggrandizing here (although self-aggrandizing is certainly the wrong word in this context) and refer you to something I did several years ago mocking a living Irish writer: for “Fergus”, read “Seamus”: here.”
“In fact, a search for "OXFAM Haiti Report" on their website will lead directly to their self-aggrandizing "progress report" before you can find their analysis of the reconstruction failures.”
“Then I remember how condescending, self-aggrandizing, ignorant and just awful you are, and I feel ok. theAmericanist says:”
“Thousands of accounts with hundreds of self-aggrandizing tweets to -- almost no one.”
“You didn't want to seem forced or self-aggrandizing; you simply wanted to set a few proposals in motion and explore where that motion took you.”
“But my point is, of the challenges facing hunting in the 21st Century the self-aggrandizing performance art of such groups ranks way down on the list.”
“However, methinks the bulk of them are wising up to the bad opinions, false heroics, cowardly verbal attacks, hysterical malaprops, boorish bravado and self-aggrandizing bile being poured on-screen, on the airwaves and the Internet by these current players, retired players, and boorish self-appointed "experts".”
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