Self-deifying



verb (used with object), deified, deifying.
1.
to make a god of; exalt to the rank of a deity; personify as a deity:
to deify a beloved king.
2.
to adore or regard as a deity:
to deify wealth.
verb (transitive) -fies, -fying, -fied
1.
to exalt to the position of a god or personify as a god
2.
to accord divine honour or worship to
3.
to exalt in an extreme way; idealize

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