grandiosity

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an inflated appraisal of one's worth, power, knowledge, importance, or identity When extreme, grandiosity may be of delusional proportions grade equivalent score refers to the level of test performance of an average student at that grade level, e g , a score of 4 6 means that on a particular test, the student scored the same as other students in the 6th month of the 4th grade gross motor skills large muscle movements such as sitting, crawling, standing and walking group therapy psychotherapy of several persons at one time
an inflated appraisal of one's worth, power, knowledge, importance, or identity When extreme, grandiosity may be of delusional proportions [DSM-IV]
{i} magnificence; grandeur, splendor; overly formal or pompous manner; flamboyance
high flown style; excessive use of verbal ornamentation
The state or quality of being grandiose, high flown style; excessive use of verbal ornamentation
The state of being grandiose
Impressive because of uncommon largeness, scope, effect, grandeur, or majesty The quality or state of being grandiose
grandiosity

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    gran·di·os·i·ty

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    Etymology

    [ 'gran-dE-"Os, "gran-dE-' ] (adjective.) 1840. French, from Italian grandioso, from grande great, from Latin grandis.

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