Police said she appeared to be “disoriented and confused and not rational and paranoid.”
But not all males are predators: again, this sounds uncomfortably blanket and paranoid.
The princess, you recall, kept insisting she was being bugged, a refrain that got her portrayed as loony and paranoid.
In the pages of the book that made him famous, he revealed himself as a paranoid character, strongly tinged with anti-Semitism.
Read: OCD, histrionic, narcissistic, paranoid, borderline.
Another interview with the paranoid giant who had brought the disc, perhaps.
He was the one to blame; he'd known Dorflay's paranoid condition for years.
I wouldn't go so far as to call it, call him a paranoid, but a definite tendency there was in that direction, I think.
He has all the tendencies to suspicion that a paranoid personality has.
Freud first submitted a case of paranoid dementia to closer psychological investigation.
paranoid par·a·noid (pār'ə-noid')
Relating to, characteristic of, or affected with paranoia. n.
One affected with paranoia.