self-dramatization

self-dramatizing

[self-dram-uh-tahy-zing, -drah-muh-, self-]
adjective
exaggerating one's own qualities, role, situation, etc., for dramatic effect or as an attention-getting device; presenting oneself dramatically.

Origin:
1935–40

self-dramatization, noun
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