Noun(1) a person afflicted with paranoia
Adjective(1) suffering from paranoia
(1) She did not describe auditory hallucinations nor have paranoid delusions.(2) Was The X-Files series so popular because it was so good or because people have become more paranoid ?(3) Gary Macey has paranoid schizophrenia and has received treatment at the hospital for much of 2004.(4) However, her parental role has diminished with her increasing flights into paranoid delusions.(5) Now, if you had just heard a ghost talk, something they're not supposed to be able to do, wouldn't you be just a bit paranoid ?(6) The mother of a student who claims he developed paranoid schizophrenia after being prescribed a controversial acne drug was due to appear on television.(7) We should not forget that Bulgarian people are quite paranoid of being investigated or that information could be collected on them.(8) Mr Murray told magistrates that Porter was suffering from an untreatable paranoid personality disorder.(9) So like most people confronted with paranoid delusions, they react inappropriately: with my gran, they tend to laugh and make a joke of it.(10) I may be a bit paranoid , but I'm pretty sure the traffic helicopter was following me in to work today.(11) Sometimes he wondered if years of isolation made her paranoid of burglars, even when she was expecting her own son to visit.(12) Attacks may be induced by starvation and accompanied by paranoid psychosis.(13) But the real danger for these three men is each other as they become greedy, suspicious and paranoid .(14) People with paranoid disorders are often hostile and suspicious and appear eccentric.(15) The court heard that three psychiatrists had all diagnosed him as suffering from paranoid schizophrenic with auditory hallucinations.(16) Their paranoid delusions often disappeared, and their ability to relate to other people improved.
1. oversuspicious ::
3. suspicious ::
5. fearful ::
6. insecure ::
Different Formsparanoid, paranoids
Word Example from TV Shows
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Don’t you think
you’re being a tiny bit PARANOID?
Money Heist Season 1, Episode 10
and he's established a nest.
The Big Bang Theory Season 1, Episode 11
I know I sound PARANOID, but
I'm feeling really vulnerable.
The Big Bang Theory Season 11, Episode 8
I'm not being PARANOID. Do it.
Breaking Bad Season 5, Episode 10
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