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- adj. Suffering from or characterized by delusions
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Of or pertaining to delusions.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to, characterized by, or of the nature of delusion.
- Afflicted with delusions: as, the delusional insane.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. suffering from or characterized by delusions
The term delusional disorder was suggested by Winokur 1072 to avoid the confusion resulting from the diverse concepts of paranoia and the ambiguity of that term, which has been used to denote insanity, suspiciousness, persecutory or grandiose delusions, schizophrenia, and a specific disease entity distinct from other psychoses.
Many of us have been raised with what I call delusional thought patterns.
Hoodathunk (sponsored by the FSM, Noodles for Freedom!) says: the cranial butt plug is smelling more and more like a certain delusional physician.
Your opinion of my complacency and being delusional is your suggestion or is it another runoff the mill copout that you have no suggestion accept to say something for the sake of saying nothing.
Setting aside the most extreme examples, to flatly dismiss such products as esoteric, or their advocates as delusional, is a mistake.
Stupid, brainwashed, and delusional is no way for you to go through life.
DTs are beginning to set in ... delusional thinking is taking over (even more so than normal for him).
Daniel Domscheit-Berg, the former WikiLeaks spokesman who left the secret-spilling website after a bitter dispute with Assange, writes about his euphoria at the website's spectacular rise as well as his disillusionment with a leader he describes as delusional and power-crazed.
How delusional is this Ballmer and his team if they actually think we consumers want ads on our search engine??
MARSHALL: It seems actually like he ` s suffering from something we call delusional disorder.