Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of aggrandizer.

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Examples

  • The week-long run-up to Veterans Day always seems to bring out a huge number of imposters, wannabes, neverwases, and aggrandizers, most of whom find a way to wear what amounts to a military Halloween costume in an attempt to draw praise and admiration from others, and especially to draw attention from media representatives.

    Heroes or Villains?

  • The week-long run-up to Veterans Day always seems to bring out a huge number of military imposters, wannabes, neverwases, and self-aggrandizers, most of whom find a way to wear what amounts to a military Halloween costume in an effort to draw praise and garner admiration from others; most especially these actions seem intentionally designed to draw attention from media representatives.

    Heroes or Villains?

  • The week-long run-up to Veterans Day always seems to bring out a huge number of imposters, wannabes, neverwases, and aggrandizers, most of whom find a way to wear what amounts to a military Halloween costume in an attempt to draw praise and admiration from others, and especially to draw attention from media representatives.

    Heroes or Villains?

  • They replaced those who knew how with liars, self aggrandizers, incompetents, zealots, crooks and even traitors (assuming the word “traitor” includes those who blatantly ignore the words in their oath of office about swearing to defend the Constitution).

    "THEIR'S AND THEIR'S ALONE"

  • Which is fine and dandy, and probably will do well in this town full of yuppies, preppies, hipsters and self-aggrandizers.

    The Hook Debuts at cvillenews.com

  • In order to explain the continual prosperity of the princes amid the clash of forces brought to bear against them from so many sides, we must remember that they were the partisans of social order in distracted burghs, the heroes of the middle classes and the multitude, the quellers of faction, the administrators of impartial laws, and the aggrandizers of the city at the expense of its neighbors.

    Renaissance in Italy, Volume 1 (of 7) The Age of the Despots

  • But before journalists start wringing their hands over the dangers that freelance writers, bloggers, and self-publishing have wrought upon their industry, it may be good to remember that liars, sneaks, plagiarists, self-aggrandizers, and incompetents have hardly been introduced to journalism by the Internet.

    Medlogs - Recent stories

  • So referring to the beneficiaries of such self-aggrandizing types as savages or primitives is only done in deference to the social vantage point the aggrandizers enjoy.

    1. MajorityRights.com (main blog)

  • It’s par for the course for obsessive self-aggrandizers like you.

    Matthew Yglesias » Feel the Kausmentum

  • In a hospital full of navel-gazing whiners, aggrandizers and assholes, at least Erica was straight forward.

    Dorothy Surrenders

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