paranoiac


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par·a·noi·ac

 (păr′ə-noi′ăk′, -noi′ĭk)
n.
A paranoid.
adj.
Of, relating to, or resembling paranoia.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.paranoiac - a person afflicted with paranoiaparanoiac - a person afflicted with paranoia  
psycho, psychotic, psychotic person - a person afflicted with psychosis
Translations
مُصاب بجُنون الإضطِهاد أو العَظَمَه
paranoickýparanoik
paranoiás
maîur haldinn ofsóknarkennd
paranoickýparanoik
evhamlıkuşkulu

paranoiac

[ˌpærəˈnɔɪɪk]
A. ADJparanoico
B. Nparanoico/a m/f

paranoiac

nParanoiker(in) m(f)
adjparanoisch

paranoiac

[ˌpærəˈnɔɪɪk] adjparanoico/a

paranoia

(pӕrəˈnoiə) noun
a type of mental illness in which a person has fixed and unreasonable ideas that he is very important, or that other people are being unfair or unfreindly to him.
ˌparaˈnoiac (-ˈnoːik) , ˈparanoid (-noid) noun, adjective
References in periodicals archive ?
However, the term `totalizing' apparently allows her to connect the reasoning of the individual paranoiac to that of society as a whole and limit her discussion to the realm of psychology.
Although The Arrow is at pains to be even-handed, to illustrate the complex and competing agendas in the paranoiac context of Cold War power politics, it is clearly a lament for a nation which (as former Prime Minister Trudeau wrote recently in another context) "dares not speak its name.
But like Laski he hankered after action on a world stage and indeed was almost paranoiac about what he saw as Laski's obstruction to his prowess at LSE.
The same few weeks that the newspapers described, in stomach-turning detail, the butchery in Rwanda and terrorism in Haiti, the McLaughlin Group, when not devoting two-thirds of its show to Paula Jones or to predicting the outcome of the next elections, was insisting that disclosures in Haldeman's diaries about Nixon's racist, anti-Semitic, paranoiac ravings were of no historical importance.
com/news/anthony-scaramucci-removed-from-role-as-white-house-communications-director/) Reince Priebus , Scaramucci told a New Yorker Reporter: "Reince is an f paranoid schizophrenic, a paranoiac.
To create the original show, lolas brainstormed with Nicolas Cabs, a lean wraith of a Greek national poet whose verse mined the double imagery of Salvador Dall's paranoiac critical method.
Such a paranoiac fear would have detrimental repercussions on economic activities," he said as he received at Gudaibiya Palace senior officials in the presence of Shura Council chairman Ali Saleh Al Saleh.
A leopard gecko wagged his tail like a dog when he met a hot female - "All part of his elaborate courtship routine," said Attenborough (not that elaborate, it usually works for me) - and a South American frog smeared itself with wax like a paranoiac sunbather.
No doubt the key reason for all this is mommy dearest Ida (Anjelica Huston), a paranoiac criminal nonconformist who raised him alone, on the run, in frequently extreme ways.
Likewise the time I and my friends Neil Wilson and Mike Clifton, smart in our work suits, were pointed out as members of the Special Branch by the paranoiac and deluded singer of an Irish band performing in the back room late one night.
In my current paranoiac inebriation I even iron my mail, especially if it's from Ed McMahon.