paranoiac


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par·a·noi·ac

(par'ă-noy'ak),
1. Relating to or affected with paranoia.
2. One who is suffering from paranoia.

paranoiac

(păr′ə-noi′ăk′, -noi′ĭk)
n.
A paranoid.
adj.
Of, relating to, or resembling paranoia.

par·a·noi·ac

(par'ă-noy'ak)
1. Relating to or affected with paranoia.
2. One who is suffering from paranoia.

paranoiac

(păr-ă-noy′ăk)
1. Concerning or afflicted with paranoia.
2. One suffering from paranoia.
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