American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- v. Slang To act in an egotistic manner.
“Or then again, perhaps Mandelson is just another out-of-touch jerk with no judgement - he was after all a big promoter of the costly and farcical Millennium Dome ego-trip ...”
“Sometimes I think when people do that sort of thing it's some sort of ego-trip compensation for being mostly a 3rd rater in a 2nd rate world.”
“One minor villain is totally in it for the ego-trip.”
“It is a one-way system, a shouting match between the deaf and the mute, an ego-trip, a tyrannny, a carving cut in stone.”
“Smug, egotistical, and thieves of a common heritage, if this over-blown ego-trip is true.”
“She is on an ego-trip the size that I have never seen before.”
“However, while heaping scorn and even abuse on the author may be an ego-trip par excellence, I find it embarrassing and almost pathetic.”
“The payment that bloggers get is the vast ego-trip which the thought of people reading their words sends them on.”
“Hope you and Linda find a way of coping with being trapped in Dr. Normal's ego-trip...”
“Today, part I, unmasks the motivations behind LDV: is it an ego-trip?”
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