Definition of narcissistic in English:

narcissistic

Line breaks: nar¦cis|sis¦tic
Pronunciation: /ˌnɑːsɪˈsɪstɪk
 
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adjective

1Having or showing an excessive interest in or admiration of oneself and one’s physical appearance: a narcissistic actress
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  • This finding refutes the common stereotype of the narcissistic woman with breast implants.
  • Call me vain or narcissistic or what ever.
  • They are described as: instinctively rebellious, non-conformist, narcissistic and determined to stay young.
1.1Relating to narcissism: narcissistic personality disorder
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  • The narcissistic presumption of centrality that underpins paranoia here gives birth to semiotic solipsism.
  • But a blind spot around narcissistic vulnerability is perhaps the surest sign of extreme narcissistic vulnerability.
  • For instance, drug-using mothers have been characterized as egocentric with a narcissistic orientation toward their children.

Derivatives

narcissistically

Pronunciation: /-ˈsɪstɪk(ə)li/
adverb
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  • A Falcone-based reading would see Caravaggio narcissistically engaged in his own reflection and hence negligent of the skull's reminder of death.
  • After achieving fame through great struggle, an artist soon narcissistically focuses on his own success story, assuming the status of some sort of pop prophet.
  • I'm narcissistically referencing my own comment to a previous post; read the ensuing discussion.

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