The judge reversed herself once a psychiatrist testified to manic-depressive illness.
He was almost certainly a manic-depressive, though the expedition had halted the course of the disease.
The problem is the manic-depressive paradigm of the research professor who teaches.
manic-depressive illness and schizophrenia tend to run in different families.
But he was also acutely sensitive and moody and perhaps a manic-depressive.
He describes himself as a manic-depressive who becomes excited only when he is writing.
British Dictionary definitions for manic-depressive
denoting a mental disorder characterized either by an alternation between extreme euphoria and deep depression (bipolar manic-depressive disorder or syndrome) or by depression on its own or (rarely) by elation on its own (unipolar disorder)
a person afflicted with this disorder Compare cyclothymia