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delusions of grandeur
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The Fountainhead
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  • # "It is not our function—paraphrasing a philosopher whom we do not like—to be a fly swatter, but when a fly acquires delusions of grandeur, the best of us must stoop to do a little job of extermination.

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  • He suffers from delusions of grandeur.
  • Delusions of grandeur made him confident he would be victorious.

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