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Definition of "self-admiration" [self•-ad•mi•ra•tion]

  • Admiration of one's self. (noun)

Gnu Collaboartive International Dictionary of English: licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL)

Use "self-admiration" in a sentence
  • "The neo-Latin word autismus had been coined in 1910 by a Swiss doctor named Eugen Bleuler as a way to depict the “morbid self-admiration” of schizophrenics who were stuck in their interior worlds."
  • "Greig is nothing but spite and innuendo and Warne is a loudmouth wrapped up in self-admiration and bling a kind of Australian Ali G."
  • "Though curiously familiar with the tropes and conventions of the despised genre, they so blithely ignore the meaning of terms, they reinvent the wheel with such cries of self-admiration, that their endeavours seem a doomed effort to prove that one can write a novel without learning how."