confabulatory


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  • adj

Synonyms for confabulatory

in the style of conversation

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We can see this clearly if we contrast pagers for teenagers with those for medical professionals: one is for confabulatory pleasure and the other for urgent professional summons.
The reason he needs defending is the stark diagnostic probability offered by Rowell: Artaud (1896-1948) "suffered from confabulatory paraphrenia, a delusional psychosis which is not accompanied by intellectual deterioration and in which some symptoms - hallucinations and confabulations - are close to those of schizophrenia.
If the patient is paranoid or confabulatory, then question the rationality of his or her reasons.