is to speak
with excessive pride
and self-satisfaction about
one's achievements, possessions, or abilities. This is also known
as "bragging rights"...
- Amira, Dan (March 15, 2013). "Photos of Donald Trump Delivering
to a Half-Empty Ballroom". New York (magazine). "Trump researching...
- king of Ephyra
as Corinth). He was punished
for his self-aggrandizing craftiness
by being forced
to roll an immense
the song, because
he believed audiences would think
it was a "self-aggrandizing
that he "hated boastfulness
in others". In an effort...
- in Rome on 30 October
the appointment. Fascist propaganda aggrandized
this event, known
as "March on Rome", as a "seizure" of power
- rest". By contrast, Robert Christgau dismissed Winehouse
as "a self-aggrandizing
self-abuser who's taken seriously because
a show of soul"....
- suicidal thoughts
attempts. Whereas vanity involves
the appearance, BDD is experienced
as a quest
to merely normalize
- ever made" and "the most extraordinary vanity
exercise; a vile, self-aggrandizing
, sugar-coated pile of manure where Blatter
and Co. manage
to make North...
- things, albeit
with a hint of disdain, by his relatively shallow
and self-aggrandizing father
and siblings. Miles Brown
as Jack Johnson: Dre and Rainbow's third...
- qualities, many officers
portra**** on the show are incompetent, brutal, self-aggrandizing
, or hamstrung
and politics. The criminals
are not always...