[ UK /nˈɑːsɪsˌɪzəm/ ]
[ US /ˈnɑɹsɪˌsɪzəm/ ]
  1. an exceptional interest in and admiration for yourself
    self-love that shut out everyone else
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How To Use narcissism In A Sentence

  • Most of us rove in the middle range of self-identification, with an indulgent but generally people-friendly narcissism.
  • I gave this phenomenon the name of'the narcissism of minor differences '. Times, Sunday Times
  • It would be like taking the 'narc' out of narcissism. Stories / Popular
  • He believes that such behavior results from personality traits such as narcissism as well as a memory bias.
  • No respect for the rule of law, utter narcissism, absolutely untrustworthy to anyone close to them who trusts them (the Clinton/Edwards tradition), unlimited ability to pursue public policies leading to disaster if it provides the ability to pander to their ultra-left donors - all wrapped around with endless self righteousness. Spitzer considering Senate run? …No, really? - Moe_Lane’s blog - RedState
  • Psychologists call this narcissism, the personality trait that was inspired by Narcissus, the Greek god who saw his reflection in a pool and fell in love with himself.
  • Often it looks to me like cultural narcissism is prevalent no matter where your viewing point may be. America The Stupid
  • Some have suggested that Winnicott immediately realized that Khan's narcissism made him essentially unanalyzable.
  • The answer is a personality trait called narcissism. Times, Sunday Times
  • It was narcissism at its peak, but there was relevance to the German designer's strict tailoring, with peaked shoulders and scalloped hems giving jackets a feminine edge.
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