anxiety neurosis


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anxiety neurosis

n
(Psychiatry) a relatively mild form of mental illness characterized by extreme distress and agitation, often occurring without any obvious cause
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Noun1.anxiety neurosis - characterized by diffuse anxiety and often somatic manifestations of fear
neurosis, neuroticism, psychoneurosis - a mental or personality disturbance not attributable to any known neurological or organic dysfunction
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anxiety neurosis

n (Psych) → Angstneurose f
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