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paranoid
Used In
Harry Potter (#5) and the Order of the Phoenix
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unspecified meaning
  • Harry wondered whether they had been talking about him, then whether he was being paranoid.
  • He’s getting more paranoid about Dumbledore by the day.

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used casually Define
excessively suspicious that others want to harm you; or excessively fearful
used clinically Define
suffering from a psychological disorder characterized by a mistaken belief that others "are out to get me"
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