Self-admiration



noun
1.
a feeling of wonder, pleasure, or approval.
2.
the act of looking on or contemplating with pleasure:
admiration of fine paintings.
3.
an object of wonder, pleasure, or approval:
The dancer was the admiration of everyone.
4.
Archaic. wonder; astonishment.
noun
1.
pleasurable contemplation or surprise
2.
a person or thing that is admired: she was the admiration of the court
3.
(archaic) wonder
see: mutual admiration society

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