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Synonyms for paranoid

Synonyms for paranoid

a person afflicted with paranoia

suffering from paranoia

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The suspect was reportedly 'a drug-dependent' and 'paranoid,' according to Maj.
At his sentencing hearing at the Old Bailey, prosecutor Benjamin Aina QC said: "When the defendant was arrested he simply said, 'I've had no sleep' - he later said he was diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia when he was 17.
Even aside from the prestige that now attaches to a hermeneutic of suspicion in critical theory as a whole, queer studies in particular has had a distinctive history of intimacy with the paranoid imperative.
Gardai learned Corbett, of Raheny, North Dublin, was a paranoid schizophrenic and had been receiving treatment for his condition.
No longer; the second in a series of eight illustrated volumes written by Joe Bongiorno, Black Sabbath: The Illustrated Lyrics Vol 2: Songs of Protest & Apocalypse goes beneath the myths and stories to provide the definitive analysis of the band's soul-searing messages and themes with an in-depth examination of every song found on their best-selling Paranoid.
Imdad Ali was diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia in 2012 that doctors said impaired his "rational thinking and decision-making capabilities", and was declared clinically insane in a medical report the following year.
Executive-produced by founder and director of Red Production Company Nicola Shindler (Happy Valley, Ordinary Lies), and writer and creator Bill Gallagher (The Paradise, Conviction), Paranoid tells the story of a female GP who is murdered in a rural children's playground with an abundance of key eyewitnesses.
Conspiracy Theories: The Roots, Themes and Propagation of Paranoid Political and Cultural Narratives
Paranoid: Exploring Suspicion from the Dubious to the Delusional considers the foundations of all kinds of paranoia, from pathological killers to those who harbor a degree of healthy (or unhealthy) suspicion about life and its events, and provides an in-depth overview from a psychologist and research who analyzes the elements that define paranoia, why it happens, and what forms it can take.
TOTO WOLFF blasted critics as "paranoid" after Mercedes' mysterious fall from grace in Singapore.
LaPorte; PARANOID; Prometheus Books (Nonfiction: Psychology) 18.00 ISBN: 9781633880689
? Crossroads of Sabbath is a 90-minute walk and covers the period 1948-1970, from the band members' schooldays through to the year they first topped the album charts with Paranoid.
Mihai Co]ovanu may have meant to please me, or even scare me, or simply get rid of me--because what I now know of him will not fit in with the profile of a paranoid personality who has a pervasive distrust and suspiciousness of others such that their motives are interpreted as malevolent, beginning by early adulthood and present in a variety of contexts, as indicated by four, or more (DSM-5: 301.0; ICD: F60.0) of the following: