Narcissistic refers to a Personality Disorder syndrome marked by grandiose thoughts and feelings of one's own worth, as well as an obliviousness to others' needs and an exploitive, ar rogant demeanor.

When a person is extremely or excessively self-absorbed and self-loving they are described as "narcissistic".

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