[ US /ˈnɑɹsɪsɪst/ ]
[ UK /nˈɑːsɪsˌɪst/ ]
  1. someone in love with themselves
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How To Use narcissist In A Sentence

  • At best, he's a vain, insecure man; at worst, he's a paranoid megalomaniac narcissist.
  • Naturally, the narcissist is attracted to the codependent's lack of self-worth and low self-esteem.
  • Reich 1974 placed the impulsive character, the neurotic character, and the psychopath between neurosis and psychosis and observed the ambivalence, hostile pregenital impulses, ego and superego deficits, immature defenses, and primitive narcissistic features of the impulsive personality. Clinical Work with Adolescents
  • The truth is, I generally just focus in on myself, the narcissist that I am.
  • And because the kids are such "coddled," "narcissistic praise junkies," they'll be beyond tough to bring into the military. Boing Boing
  • The yogi contemplating his navel often figures for Westerners as an object of amusement, being taken as a symptom of indolence or narcissistic self-absorption.
  • 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. CNN Transcript Oct 30, 2009
  • I feel that I have not yet penetrated truly what this book is about, although it surely depicts the hapless life of someone who lives in narcissistic illusion as well as the damage wrought by others who are the same but in a different style. "To Make the Bears Dance"
  • What we have in Barack Obama is the perfect blending of postmodern Marxism with therapeutic psychobabble into a royal narcissistic mishmosh. Archive 2009-03-01
  • Other people see talent and virtuosity; I see a narcissist who's phoning it in.
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