hypermanic

manic

[man-ik]
adjective
pertaining to or affected by mania.

Origin:
1900–05; < Greek manikós inclined to madness. See mania, -ic

hypermanic, adjective
submanic, adjective


frenzied, agitated, frantic.
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manic (ˈmænɪk)
 
adj
1.  characterizing, denoting, or affected by mania
 
n
2.  a person afflicted with mania
 
[C19: from Greek, from mania]

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manic
1902, from mania (q.v.) + -ic. The clinical term manic depressive also is from 1902, but manic depression is first attested 1958.
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manic man·ic (mān'ĭk)
adj.
Relating to, affected by, or resembling mania.

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