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        wàngxiǎng, to attempt vainly/a vain attempt/delusion
        wàng, absurd/fantastic/presumptuous/rash
        qīngjǔwàngdòng, [輕舉妄動], to act blindly without thinking (idiom)
        kuángwàng, egotistical/arrogant/brassy
        kuángwàngzìdà, arrogant and conceited
        chīxīnwàngxiǎng, to be carried away by one's wishful thinking (idiom)/to labor under a delusion/w...
        wàngtú, [妄圖], to try in vain/futile attempt
        wàngzìzūndà, ridiculous self-importance (idiom); arrogance
        wàngzìfěibó, to be unduly humble (idiom)/to undervalue oneself
        wàngdòng, [妄動], to rush indiscriminately into action
        dǎndàwàngwéi, [膽大妄為], daring/presumptuous/daredevil
        wàngchēng, [妄稱], to make a false and unwarranted declaration
        zìyìwàngwéi, [恣意妄為], to behave unscrupulously
        xūwàng, [虛妄], fabricated
        wàngyán, lies/wild talk/to tell lies/to talk nonsense/fantasy (literature)
        zhānwàng, [譫妄], delirium
        wàngyǔ, [妄語], to tell lies/to talk nonsense
        wàngxiàcíhuáng, [妄下雌黃], to alter a text indiscriminately (idiom)/to make irresponsible criticism
        wàngwéi, [妄為], to take rash action
        wàngrén, presumptuous and ignorant person
        wàngqǔ, to take sth without permission
        wàngniàn, wild fantasy/unwarranted thought
        wàngxiǎngkuáng, paranoia/megalomaniac
        wàngxiǎngzhèng, delusional disorder/(fig.) paranoia
        wàngduàn, [妄斷], to jump to an unfounded conclusion
        wàngqiú, inappropriate or presumptuous demands
穿         wàngshēngchuānzáo, [妄生穿鑿], a forced analogy (idiom); to jump to an unwarranted conclusion
        wàngyánwàngtīng, [妄言妄聽], unwarranted talk the listener can take or leave (idiom); sth not to be taken too...
        wàngshuō, [妄說], to talk irresponsibly/ridiculous presumption talk
        gūwàngyánzhī, to just talk for the sake of talking
        yúwàng, stupid and arrogant
        sìyìwàngwéi, [肆意妄為], see 恣意妄為|恣意妄为[zì yì wàng wéi]

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