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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In other words, the paranoiac interpretative system deconstructs the object in order to reconstruct it, consistent with the structural schemas of the phantasm, producing alternative forms.
A remnant of despotism, with its relatively fixed social codes, the paranoiac relentlessly repels new connections of production.
Ethiopia, in its own paranoiac and often self-defeating reaction, used an ASWJ General to sabotage the effort.
Germany's Duke of Brunswick was an overweight, autocratic paranoiac who was kicked out of his fiefdom by a peasant uprising.
If Henry also suffered from McLeod syndrome, a genetic disorder specific to the Kell blood group, it would explain why he turned from a strong, athletic, generous individual in his first 40 years to the monstrous paranoiac he would become, virtually immobilized by massive weight gain and leg ailments.
Abhorrently indulging the paranoiac whims of Israel or appeasing, by all means, its endless schizophrenic security concerns was, besides sucking up to every occupant of the White House, the only work Mubarak was ever good at.
The aural-visual effect of this sequence might be described as "cruel, paranoiac, burning, agonized, hopeless"--words British filmmaker Tony Palmer once used to described the "Revolution 9" track of the Beatles White Album.
Meanwhile, harking to yet another overexploited era, "Akhenaton" featured Paranoiac dance sequences absurdly merged with break-dancing.
Probably too often, with healthy self-analysis sometimes giving way to paranoiac introspection.
I truly do not understand who the masochist is and who the sadist is in this country so I wonder how did we find ourselves in this paranoiac and chaotic situation," says Marku.
After everything, the young people are sickened by politics, mostly by the empty and paranoiac propaganda because they deserve a much better Macedonia.
I fully applaud his ambition and attitude in trying to remain in the game by going down a different path to the normal coaching route but I hope he is prepared for the usual paranoiac response whenever he takes control of one of his former teams (Kilmarnock, Queen of the South, Ross County, Dundee United and Dundee to be precise).