[ee-goh-mey-nee-uh, -meyn-yuh, eg-oh-]
psychologically abnormal egotism.

1815–25; ego + -mania; modeled on monomania

egomaniac, noun
egomaniacal [ee-goh-muh-nahy-i-kuhl, eg-oh-] , adjective Unabridged
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egomania (ˌiːɡəʊˈmeɪnɪə, ˌɛɡ-)
1.  obsessive love for oneself and regard for one's own needs
2.  any action dictated by this point of view

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Word Origin & History

1825, from ego + mania.
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Medical Dictionary

egomania e·go·ma·ni·a (ē'gō-mā'nē-ə, -mān'yə, ěg'ō-)
Extreme appreciation or preoccupation with the self.

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Cultural Dictionary
egomania [(ee-goh-may-nee-uh)]

An extreme egotism.

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Example sentences
Her farewell tour this season has been fantastical to her fans and egomaniacal
  to others.
There is no exploitative and egomaniacal leadership or structure, and financial
  contributions are refused.
The symptoms are clear: egomaniacal corporate strategies and extravagant
  personal rewards.
Too much cash, too much credit, too much room to advance their despotic agendas
  and feed their egomaniacal souls.
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