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Synonyms for paranoid

Synonyms for paranoid

a person afflicted with paranoia

suffering from paranoia

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For the last month, the Paranoid Android team has released a series of Beta builds for PA 4.
Elmi came under the care of Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust and was diagnosed as suffering from paranoid schizophrenia - yet he was discharged after five days.
This paranoid attitude has forced the government to rely heavily on information from the intelligence agencies, thus further dragging the government and the AKP into a deeper level of paranoid.
One should be paranoid when it comes to the Internet because there is always someone who wants to own your computer, cautions Lucas (Absolute FreeSBD).
Brady, 75, was constantly paranoid about the Home Office and the Prison Officers Association, and believed hospital staff were acting as their agents.
Tvrdon sped through a Cardiff suburb as he suffered severe paranoid delusions in October last year.
Shamir adds: "The Jewish state is enactment of the paranoid Jewish fear and loathing of stranger, while the Cabal policies of Pentagon are another manifestation of the same fear and loathing on global scale.
By 2005 Michael had surrounded himself with Nation of Islam bodyguards and became paranoid.
We Mad Climb Shaky Ladders" is a collection of poetry from Pamela Spiro Wagner, reflecting on her twenty five years diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia.
Now it has been revealed that War Pensions Directorate documents rejected his application for disability benefits, noting he was the "very active chairman of an association which is attempting to obtain compensation" and referring to Ken as "this paranoid appellant".
INASMUCH AS the teenage boy at the heart of Gus Van Sant's new film has nothing funny or articulate to say, Paranoid Park may become this year's anti-Juno.
Paranoid thoughts involve exaggerated feelings of persecution or threat.
I felt a bit paranoid but it was later in the week I was taken into the office to be told about the complaints.
WHEN DIRECTOR GUS VAN SANT wanted to cast his new film, Paranoid Park, with a group of high school--age unknowns, he relied on a method sure to rattle any casting director: a MySpace page.
Paranoid Park, Van Sant's adaptation of Blake Nelson's young-adult novel of the same name, follows Alex (Gabe Nevins), a high school student in Portland, Oregon, who accidentally causes the death of a railroad security guard.