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- n. Person full of egoism and pride.
- n. One who shows extreme love and admiration for himself or herself.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Someone in love with hisself or herself.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. someone in love with themselves
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But then I realized, a narcissist is a narcissist whether she blogs or not!
That's rather worrisome, since the fatal flaw of the narcissist is the inability to admit when he's wrong. posted by sydney on
But we will also find them in car dealerships, in schools, and in our neighborhood associations, because a narcissist is simply someone who puts himself in the center of the universe and fully, comfortably, and syntonically expects you to do the same for him.
The narcissist is described as turning inward for gratification rather than depending on others and as being excessively preoccupied with issues of personal adequacy, power and prestige.
BROOKS: You know, you look at these two parents -- you know, you look up the word narcissist and you ` re going to see Richard Heene ` s picture in the dictionary.
Donnison, who was described as a narcissist with an overdeveloped sense of self-importance and entitlement, declined to give evidence herself during the trial.
A psychiatrist testified that Stokes - whom he described as a narcissist - developed a bipolar disorder in response to the trauma.
Bloggers are usually known as a narcissist, fairly snarky bunch, but Ms. P is anything but.
Imagine being called a narcissist by the likes of Rush Limbaugh.
More accurate, factual, data is appearing instead of the antidotal, fictional, delusional, overly wordy garbage you have posted from a, self delusional, narcissist, that is potentially paranoid and psychotic.
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