megalomania

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a psychological state characterized by delusions of grandeur

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Kumar is reforming people addicted to liquor through prohibition and he should take action against those drunk with power," she said adding that there will be Jungle Raj in the country if he becomes the prime minister.
Now that his mask is off, Americans can no longer sit on the sidelines and allow themselves to be ruled by a president drunk with power.
Drunk with power and with all those killing machines at their disposal, they might think they can get away with murder.
Unite's West Midlands regional secretary Gerard Coyne said: "Clegg, Cable and the Lib Dems are punch drunk with power.
And when the man drunk with power also happens to believe the SPL title's a possibility, he's not going to take kindly to losing at Motherwell, drawing at Kilmarnock and, worst of all, duffing a derby.
I can see how one might get drunk with power in this zany station wagon.
Anything else," she asked with the kind of scorn little people drunk with power have.
Drunk with power and megalomania, they wanted to punish the very forces that had elevated USA to prestigious position of unchallenged super power.
Many representatives could care less and become drunk with power.
Drunk with power Weird liquor laws around the nation--Celia Perry Alabama No beer bottles bigger than 16 ounces.
Israel is drunk with power, to the point where Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman can sweep aside a two-state solution with no American response.
If there is good reason to believe that a child is cruel or neglectful of a parent then charge them, so that we may see for ourselves whether this really is a case of the State safeguarding the vulnerable or yet another example of officialdom drunk with power.
If there is good reason to believe that a child is cruel or neglectful of a parent then charge them, so that we may see if this is a case of the State safeguarding the vulnerable or yet another example of officialdom drunk with power.