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aggrandizements

Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of aggrandizement.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • This guy knows he has been exposed and has been confronted yet still maintains his story and aggrandizements.

    Heroes or Villains?

  • All Obama does is "use" words for his own self-aggrandizements.

    McCain focuses on GI Bill, Iraq on Memorial Day

  • To what extent are our heroisms, sacrifices, and self-aggrandizements the acting out of personae that we maintain?

    The Clique

  • The nation is going through such a stress, yet these leaders are for personal aggrandizements.

    Nationalist Nepalis abroad call for unity

  • The nation is going through such a stress, yet these leaders are for personal aggrandizements.

    Nationalist Nepalis abroad call for unity

  • It's not an act; Dole is a true disciple of Alf Landon, the Kansan who ran against FDR in 1986 on a theme of opposing the federal aggrandizements of the New Deal.

    Last Call

  • The glorification of the president as a war leader is registered in numerous and substantial executive aggrandizements; but it is symbolized in other ways that, while small in themselves, dispose the citizenry to accept those aggrandizements.

    Archive 2007-01-01

  • The glorification of the president as a war leader is registered in numerous and substantial executive aggrandizements; but it is symbolized in other ways that, while small in themselves, dispose the citizenry to accept those aggrandizements.

    Public servant v. Military Commander

  • Why are we then perpetuating Bush aggrandizements such as his warrant less searches and ubiquitous spying on Americans?

    "THE APPARENTLY PRANKSTER FOUNDING FATHERS"

  • If then such narrow motives have so little weight with me for my own benefit, shall the remote and uncertain view of family-aggrandizements, and that in the person of my brother and his descendents, be thought sufficient to influence me?

    Clarissa Harlowe

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