“You must remember that Italy has always been schizophrenic between its public virtues and private vices,” says Vendola.
They had been diagnosed as schizophrenic, mostly when they arrived in Israel in the early years of the state.
Michael Perry, the schizophrenic man who stalked Olivia Newton-John and later killed his entire family, is in the minority.
“I think there is in Europe a schizophrenic debate about migration,” says Guterres, a former prime minister of Portugal.
The Democratic-Republican split on nuclear power shows just how schizophrenic America's energy politics have become.
He begins jabbering like a schizophrenic parrot reading a Sanskrit dictionary backward!
So far is this true that Bleuler looks on "schizophrenic" cases with this symptom of "Benommenheit" as organic in etiology.
At first glance, Martin's reactions appear to be those one would expect of schizophrenic withdrawal.
Like the schizophrenic, Martin was living in a little world that was cut off from the actual physical world around his body.
I am (to state it in politically incorrectly language) a schizophrenic.
schizophrenic schiz·o·phren·ic (skĭt'sə-frěn'ĭk)
Of, relating to, or affected by schizophrenia. n.
One who is affected with schizophrenia.