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- n. Plural form of mythomaniac.
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The author, after all, recently denounced Bono, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie as self-aggrandizing "mythomaniacs" for their African relief work.
In 2005, he branded good-will celebrities Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt and Bono "mythomaniacs... who wish to convince the world of their worth."
May 6th, 2008 9: 36 pm ET why do the clinton supporters hide behind stupid names? and why do they lie so much, even to themselves truth is some of them are secretly voting and donating to obama they cant admit it for some reason i dont know mythomaniacs
But then, critics claim that the Priory of Sion has only existed since the 1950s and consists of a handful of mythomaniacs with no real power—royalists with unlimited delusions of grandeur5.
Youtube's mandarin prose has always appealed to insincere, pudibund mythomaniacs.
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