The better explanations are: (a) the president is infatuated with authoritarians, at least those who flatter him; (b) he's neurotically
neuralgic when it comes to the subject of his election; (c) he's ideologically sympathetic to Putinism, with its combination of economic corporatism, foreign-policy cynicism and violent hostility to critics; (d) he's stupid; or (e) he's vulnerable to Russian blackmail.
Whatever it is, it's much too much, so everyone should just let up a bit, stop shocking viewers into neurotically
watching the show, and take a breather.
It merely complains that our book is not obediently academic, neurotically
self-limiting, or masochistically self-mutilating.
they wail, under the impression, it would seem, that children who grow up amidst the horrors of haute couture will one day experience a form of sartorial PTSD, traumatized that their salacious parent dared to wear a chain mail crop-top or a hip-hugging bandage dress with plunging decolletage even as they themselves, in diapers and onesies, trail behind, neurotically
gnawing their bumblebee Binkys).
This one's a bit harder to pinpoint, but everyone seems neurotically
angry in Trainwreck.
Owners dont follow my rating as this is why I avoid the main stream channels like Duniya, Geo, and Express because I think they are neurotically
obsessed with rating and because of rating, anchors have very less place to maneuver.
The story discusses the frenzy that is created as collectors vie for these paintings, and then wait neurotically
for them to self-destruct.
As a response, she neurotically
has herself entrenched in the past and rejects the present.
In often-repeated rhetoric, environmental prophets were dubbed Chicken-Littles (featherheaded neurotically
fearful alarmists who, alas, swept others up into their hysteria) and doomsters (willful and programmatic pessimists, spoilers of everybody's joys).
Ashley Vaughn played Joe's wife Harper, who takes Valium "in wee fistfuls," and rants neurotically
through her own hallucinations.
They also reported feeling less plagued by self-interruptions--that nagging fear of missing out that makes you neurotically
check your inbox every few minutes.
Nothing can more perfectly illustrate the heightened absurdity of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict than the death of Israeli civilian Doron Ben-Shloosh, killed this past weekend by an Israeli guard at the Western Wall; tensions and fears now run at such a high level that Israeli security forces operate so neurotically
its own citizens are in danger of becoming collateral damage.