Related formscho·re·al, cho·re·ic, cho·re·at·ic [kawr-ee-at-ik, kohr-] /ˌkɔr iˈæt ɪk, ˌkoʊr-/, adjectivecho·re·oid [kawr-ee-oid, kohr-] /ˈkɔr iˌɔɪd, ˈkoʊr-/, adjective
Can be confusedchorea Korea
Examples from the Web for choreic
Choreic patients are very irregular in their walk, as in all other movements.
The choreic exhibits his movements in public, but the tiqueur seeks the seclusion of his own room.
If they are superfluous and out of place, the absence of exaggeration or absurdity negatives their classification as choreic.
Unilateral implication of the pterygoids has been noted by Leube in a young girl who was also an hysteric and a choreic.
Raymond quotes an instance of the disease being preceded by facial tic, and another associated with tremor and choreic movements.