aggrandizer
noun see aggrandize

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Aggrandizer — Ag gran*di zer, n. One who aggrandizes, or makes great. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • aggrandizer — See aggrandizement. * * * …   Universalium

  • aggrandizer — noun One who makes great or aggrandizes …   Wiktionary

  • aggrandizer — n. increaser, extender, expander …   English contemporary dictionary

  • aggrandizer — ag·gran·diz·er …   English syllables

  • aggrandizer — əˈgra(a)nˌdīzə(r), ˈa(i)grənˌ noun ( s) : one that aggrandizes …   Useful english dictionary

  • aggrandize — transitive verb ( dized; dizing) Etymology: French agrandiss , stem of agrandir, from a (from Latin ad ) + grandir to increase, from Latin grandire, from grandis great Date: 1634 1. to make great or greater ; increase, enlarge …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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  • Jeffrey M. Koopersmith — is an unimportant self aggrandizer who wrote a Wikipedia entry on himself in hopes that somebody would take interest in his vapid life. He was wrong …   Wikipedia

  • aggrandize — aggrandizement /euh gran diz meuhnt/, n. aggrandizer /euh gran duy zeuhr, ag reuhnduy /, n. /euh gran duyz, ag reuhn duyz /, v.t., aggrandized, aggrandizing. 1. to widen in scope; increase in size or intensity; enlarge; extend. 2. to make great… …   Universalium

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