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From Greek auto- (self) + -latry (worship). Earliest documented use: 1861.
“It was not, she dreaded to surmise, the shadow of men merely drunk on vanity ... only as a result of deranged and maniac autolatry could such a construct have been born.”
Chase A Folmar; Frolic on the Amaranthyn; Sable Star Press; 2022.
See more usage examples of autolatry in Vocabulary.com’s dictionary.
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