- adj. Having the psychological condition of egomania.
“Steinberg portrayed Chicago's Black community as "egomaniacal" with failed leadership.”
“Which may sound kind of egomaniacal, but in fact it is what you'd expect a writer to say -- whether it's a good script or a bad script, a good show or a bad show, writers are naturally protective of what they've written.”
“Occasionally I’ll take a hit from a critic for being somehow arrogant or egomaniacal, which is difficult to understand from my point of view sitting here and just trying to write about whatever I find interesting.”
“But to label him "egomaniacal" and "hidebound" and "wrong for the job" is to ignore the obstacles he faced during his career with the LAPD.”
“And this kind of egomaniacal zealotry plays right into the hands of the left who will no doubt roll around and use this to attack the right.”
“In the Daily Express, Leo McKinstry writes that in Brown's "egomaniacal" new year's message he "laughably" tried to invoke the Churchillian sprit by comparing the present economic crisis to the Blitz of 1940.”
“Imagine one scientist or economist trying to critique the research of another by complaining that she is just "egomaniacal" and”
“But a man with my big honking name filling out my back, it makes me look like some kind of egomaniacal self-billboard.”
“Really … is there a more determined, dangerous, egomaniacal monster in this country than Rupert Murdoch.”
“We can live comfortably without any more entrepreneurs and egomaniacal CEOs.”
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