paranoically


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paranoically

(ˌpærəˈnəʊɪkəlɪ)
adv
in a paranoiac manner
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"We can see again the US, which is paranoically concerned about someone's meddling in its election, failing to furnish any evidence, once again trying to act as the ruler of other people's destinies and actually meddling in their domestic affairs," the foreign minister noted.
(4) I will probably be unable to understand why people treat me "wrongly," may unjustly or paranoically accuse them of wrongs that they have not committed, and will often interfere with my amicably and objectively discussing with them and perhaps arranging for suitable compromises.
But the possibilities of this metamorphosis of "whatever singularity"--the Protean nothing that the State, will paranoically have nothing to do with in its determination of being--into a spectral force without a Telos (a means without end, or pure potentiality, in Agamben's terms) is not limited to a politics of resistance against the tyranny of the binarist concept of belonging endemic to the nation-state system.
The executive council of Than Shwe's SPDC responded in September 2007 as paranoically and brutally as its army did, because it accurately registered a powerfully authentic threat to its supposed but illusory legitimacy.