narcissist narcissist  /ˈnɑr sɪ sɪst/

Definition(s):

  • (n) someone in love with themselves

Usage(s):

  1. I suppose there's no more perfect storm than a loggorheic ideological narcissist with a twitter account.
  2. Only a narcissist could decide that his alienation should be underlined in the blood of strangers.
  3. Bill Clinton's sensitivity to the challenges his daughter faced belies his image as an unabashed narcissist.

News

  1. Reconsider worth of gov't contractors

    Whether Edward Snowden is a self-aggrandizing narcissist or a legitimate whistleblower remains to be seen. The most curious thing about his circumstance is that, while entrusted with highly classified information, he was an employee of a government contr
    on June 15, 2013     Source: The Hazleton Standard-Speaker

  2. Kanye: 'Complete Awesomeness' Or Completely Overrated?

    Rapper Kanye West drops a new album next week. But a New York Times interview has left some people asking whether the self-proclaimed 'Louis Vuitton Don' is a musical genius, a bizarre narcissist, or a bit of both? Host Michel Martin checks-in with the Barbershop guys.
    on June 15, 2013     Source: NPR

  3. Are You A Narcissist Just Because You Like To Talk About Yourself Online?

    So you post a lot about yourself on Facebook or Twitter ... are you a narcissist?
    on June 12, 2013     Source: CBS Detroit

Quotes

  1. Frank Rich, writing in The New York Times, said, "The man who emerges is a narcissist with no self-awareness whatsoever. It's that arrogance that allowed him to tune out even the most calamitous of realities, freeing him to compound them without...
    on Jan 11, 2009 By: Frank Rich Source: Rutland Herald

  2. "He used to be on the other end of the scale, as far as helping people," said close friend Steve Borden, the professional wrestler better known as "Sting." "He was known as 'The Narcissist.' His comfort was first and foremost. If he had still...
    on Jun 17, 2008 By: Steve Borden Source: Atlanta Journal Constitution

  3. "He was not remorseful at all," Chalabi said. "It was clear he was a complete narcissist who was incapable of showing remorse or sympathy to other human beings."
    on Dec 15, 2003 By: Ahmad Chalabi Source: San Francisco Chronicle

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