His attitude toward them is that of the paranoiac, vindictive, rather than that of the melancholiac, humiliated.
And the forty millions still alive were restless, frightened, paranoiac.
And it does not produce acute selfishness, paranoiac egotism, but a generous and beautiful kind of unselfishness.
It clings to its fixed ideas with the same tenacity as does the paranoiac.
His wife, who applied for his discharge, was also a paranoiac.
It is precisely what the paranoiac does after his own fashion.
His delusions became systematised with all the ingenuity of the paranoiac.
Between this class and the paranoiac there is at once a curious likeness and distinction.
Used to being governed by capricious, paranoiac, criminal tyrants – these nations know no better.
Connecting the paranoiac with the moral imbecile are the so-called “reasoning maniacs.”
paranoiac par·a·noi·ac (pār'ə-noi'āk', -noi'ĭk)
A paranoid. adj.
Of, relating to, or resembling paranoia.
paranoid par·a·noid (pār'ə-noid')
Relating to, characteristic of, or affected with paranoia. n.
One affected with paranoia.