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MEANING: noun: An abnormal tendency to exaggerate or lie.
ETYMOLOGY: From Greek mythos (myth) + -mania (excessive enthusiasm or craze).
Earliest documented use: 1909.
USAGE: “I humoured him by listening to his stories about all the grandchildren he probably didn’t have. His mythomania, which both terrified and exasperated me, somehow brought us together.” Marie-Renee Lavoie; Mister Roger and Me; Anansi; 2012.
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